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My power windows don't work in my 2004 mountaineer only my sunroof nod it's not the fuse. What do I do ?

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Did you check the Accessory delay relay in the central junction box ? F1.62 30amp fuse in the battery junction box , that's ford's under hood fuse / relay center !

Posted on Aug 14, 2015

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    Mark Aug 14, 2015

    Where is that located at and should I jus take it to a mechanic?



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