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My passenger-side windows, both front and back,
stopped working. I'm guessing that it's a blown fuse.
Does that sound right? The reason I'm unsure is
because I figured a fuse would cover all windows,
rather than driver/passenger sides individually.
The power windows are ran though the accessory delay relay. If any of the
windows work then the fuse is good. All windows go through their individual
switch then through the master switch in the drivers door. If the passenger
side windows are not working I would start by seeing if they are getting
voltage from the master window switch.
Jack I have switches pulled and ready to go if that is what you need. Paul
where is the relay? This may be a good thing to know as these cars get older
and start to have problems like the V6 cars do.
Jack I have motors as well But I think Paul's is right and start with the
master, your window could have been left open and rain got in an messed with
the contacts or something.
Kirk J Doucette
I'll check it out and let you know. I just got my car
back from the dealership yesterday...they had it for
three weeks, resolving the stripped head problem as
you may recall. The windows were working fine when I
brought it in, so I might give them a quick call to
let them know about this problem and see what they say
Most of the relays are located above the inside fuse panel. There are the
One Touch Window relay, Battery Saver relay, Drivers Unlock relay, Window
Defrost relay, Interior Lamp relay and the Accessory Delay relay. The GEM
is located behind them and the electronic flasher is located below the GEM.