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Old 05-18-2012, 09:10 PM   #1
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97 f150. Both power windows not working and wipers stop as well. Relay .Fuse ??? Please help
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Sounds like ur gem module. Does ur 4x4 work?
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Old 05-19-2012, 08:51 AM   #3
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Sounds like ur gem module. Does ur 4x4 work?
Yes it still works
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Fuse 25 under the hood in the power box. It's a 30A
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Fuse 25 under the hood in the power box. It's a 30A
thanks i will give that a look at
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thanks i will give that a look at
Np good luck
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Fuse's are all good, and #25 underhood is good. check for power at the fuse and I have power. What else could it be
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It might be the switch has gone bad.
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My 2003 F150 Super Crew driver side back window will not roll down from the driver contoll. It will roll down from the back switch. All other window roll down from diver controll except that one. i'm told it is mostlily the witch is going bad.

This this might be your problem as well.
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Checked switch no power. however no fuse is blown and i have power at each fuse outlet
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