Power windows stop working. Happened two weeks ago and i replaced the fuse and it worked fine for another week. After the fuse blew out again i replaced it and it keeps blowing out.

Asked by Jun 24, 2015 at 02:33 PM about the 2009 Pontiac G6 GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I tried to change the 10 amp to a 20 amp and it still blew out.What can i do to get these to
work again. It is too hot in the summer not to have windows with two kids in the car.
Please help i want to try and fix myself i dont have extra money to take to the shop for
this. thanks

3 Answers

30

you have a short or grounded out wire. that is why they keep blowing. trace your wires and check for damage, also you can use a voltmeter.

if i do find a damaged wire do i have to replace the whole wire or is there a way to repair it

30

just cut out the bad area and use another piece of wire, trim back about a half inch of the insulation, and connect each end with but connectors or electrical tape

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