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Old 03-26-2014, 09:19 PM   #1
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Power Window Switch

Okay so got into my car today and noticed my driver side window switches didn't work, or do my passenger side switch.

Is there a fuse for these things?
Or maybe a relay?
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Okay so got into my car today and noticed my driver side window switches didn't work, or do my passenger side switch.

Is there a fuse for these things?
Or maybe a relay?

Common for the windows on this car to not work... Since neither side works it's hard to tell for sure if it's the actual switch since you can't swap them.

Right now my driver side window doesn't work, passenger side does. Most likely the window motor.... But switches are cheap so you can replace those easy.
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Does the lock/unlock or the power mirror (if you have it) work?

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Same problem on my mustang except my rear windows don't go down (convertible) but the fronts do so I think it's a motor, but my power locks do not work so I don't know about that I've replaced every fuse in the car so probably a bad switch
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Interesting.
Get a test light and find out if you're getting power to the switches, it's strange that they would both stop working at the same time.
And yes, there is a fuse for the power windows. It may be in the power distribution box under the hood.
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Check the owner's manual for fuse locations, if your fuses are all good take a test light to the switches and see whatup. I'd say if one side went out its the switch but both at the same time makes that unlikely.

With that said, these switches are notorious for being bad, just ask the Super Duty/Excursion guys about the problems they have lol.
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You guys are going to laugh,

When coming back into my car from lunch yesterday I noticed a silver fuse on the ground..

I kicked it off by accident lol
They work now haha
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Hahhaa way too funny lol and yeah I'm going to test them to see what's up
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I'm over here pulling diagrams and crap lol, if you need the diagram for the male and female connector let me know.

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