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Hello,Here are some guides and diagrams (below) to help you do some testing on the fuses so you can get the problem fixed. It is the same fuse for windows, door locks and mirrors. You may also have to check the wiring harness that goes into the driver door, hinge side. With the driver door getting the most action, sometimes those wires break. For the power windows, under hood fuse box, fuse #f12 - 50 amp.https://www.ubraintv-jp.com/articles/how-to-check-a-car-fuseAlso the TIPM can be out which is common and easy to replace because it self initializes, here are instructions and diagrams for that as well (below).Check out the diagrams for the fuse location and the wiring diagrams so you can see how the system works. (below). Please let us know what happens.
I replaced the fuse and got the windows working. But I cannot adjust my mirrors also. The light that illuminate the switch are out the lock for the driver side door does not work but my locks for the other doors work.
I would check voltage and ground for any circuit that doesn't work. Check the wiring harness that goes into driver door. That harness gets a lot of work every time you open and shut that doors, broken wires are not uncommon.
Just to add, the wiring harness that goes into your driver door on the hinge side probably has protective rubber boot covering. Pull the covering back far enough to see wire colors. Orange wire with white tracer is voltage for power windows, hot all the time. Use a test light to check for voltage. The black wire is ground, check it also.
Under dash and not really sure there is no cover on it and manual does not tell me fuses. I looked up on internet to see which one was window fuse, but that one is good. Has good power to it.
If window fuse has good power then check window switch with volt meter or test light to see if they work if they work and motor does not then check for broken wire in door jamb as that is pretty common. Also, see picture for a tip on windows not working.
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