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Passenger side window will not roll down need to know what fuse to check 1993 Honda del sol

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The two windows are fed off the same fuse. If the drivers side works than the fuses are good. What you will need to check is power On the orange wire at the passenger side switch. If there is power than the switch or motor may be bad. I can give you more info on how to determine which if needed. If there is no power than you will need to check for power on that wire on the drivers side. If there is no power there and the rear window works than you have a bad master switch. If there is power there than you have an open circuit in that orange wire between the two switches. Most likely in between the door and the body where the door harness goes through. If there is no power on the orange wire on the drivers side switch and the rear window does not work also make sure that the window lockout button is not depressed. This will turn off the power supply to those two switches. If the switch is not off than the master switch is probably bad. Let me know what you find. I will be more than happy to help if you have any more questions.

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