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Asked by Aug 08, 2011 at 12:58 PM about the 1999 Ford Windstar 4 Dr SE Passenger Van

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I cannot figure out which fuse goes to the power windows in my I cannot find which fuse is blown that operates my power windows

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this is a 1999 windstar

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your switch on the drivers door needs replaceing.

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which switch? (sorry I am automobile illiterate.)

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the switch on door panell where you let the windoes down,it pops out un plug plug back in on another one,a salvage yard will or should be in working condition,plug back in put in place .windoes should work.

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It may not be the switch. Under the hood there is a fuse box. check all 30 amp fuses. the one located in the 106 position sends power to the main accessory control module. This module send power to the window motor.

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My window will work sometimes if i hit the panel and if I take the panel off it will roll up and down all day but whenni put the door panel back on it stops working again

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