Which fuse controls the power windows?

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Asked by Jun 28, 2007 at 12:42 PM about the 1997 Ford Escort

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i am having problems with my rear passenger window, i believe the motor burned out because all the other windows work fine and nothing else in the car has lost power or burned out like that so im assuming that its the motor, also the widonw is not off track or anyhting like that.  

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The window could possibly be catching on something inside the panel (but not off track), but it is most likely the power window motor. Local auto parts stores should be able to supply you with one, or at least the part number. I usually look for parts like this on ebay once I know which part I need. Removing the interior panels to get to the motor can sometimes be tricky. If you search something like "Remove Escort door panel" on Google, you will probably find that somebody, some where has published a step by step guide.

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