The 1988 Mercury Grand Marquis circuit breaker for the power windows can be found in the fuse box. The circuit breaker will be in the first column, third from the bottom.
Yes, the electric windows are connected to a circuit protection devise such as a fuse or circuit breaker.
There is only one circuit breaker to my knowledge and it is for the power windows. I have a 1968 Fleetwood and it is very similar. What exactly is the problem?
Power windows are protected by an automatic resetting circuit breaker.
I am assuming for the windows. Its above the fuse box.
It should have a circuit breaker in the fuse box.
Power Window Circuit BreakerI have a '83 280ZX and am also having power window problems. I was told by our local Nissan dealer service center, there is no fuse or circuit breaker for the power windows. There is a relay switch in the driver's door. None of my windows will let up or down. The switch cost is around $200. I am not sure about the '83 280zx, however on my '82 280zx there was a circuit breaker located in the passenger kick panel. You should see two screws above the fuse box which will remove a black unit that has the circuit breaker bolted onto it.(Just to verify) I also have a '83 280zx and yes thecircuit breaker is also located on the passenger kick.
it not FUSE, ITS A CIRCUIT BREAKER
Whats the problem?
There is a circuit breaker thaich could be bad.
Power windows are protected by a circuit breaker.
A 25A Circuit Breaker, Dealers Part.
Sunroof has a 30 amp circuit breaker, position number 26 in the fuse box on the far passenger side of the dash. This circuit breaker also powers the power windows. The circuit breaker can be pulled out and replaced just like a regular fuse.
Check under hood for a power distribution box
For a 2002 Ford Explorer, the 30 amp circuit breaker in location #62 of the power distribution box in the engine compartment is the power window circuit breaker. (unfortunately in the 2002 owner's manuals it is labelled accessory delay ) later years are labelled as the power window circuit breaker.
The power windows have a automatic reset circuit breaker. They are not fused.
It is the relationship between current and time on a circuit breakers opening. When the circuit breaker needs to open in given "windows" of amps and time. They should intersect on the curve to indicate proper circuit breaker functioning. The timing and current value should coincide with each other, per manufacturers specifications. Each breaker differs.
The windows are fed by a circuit breaker. If all are not working you should check the harness to the driver's door for broken wires.
That circuit has a relay/circuit breaker not a fuse. Chances are you have a window motor with a dead short which is not allowing breaker to reset. Check the drivers side first; unplug it the window motor and see if the other windows come alive.
Depending on the year , there is either a fuse or a circuit breaker on the Ford Explorers . What year of Ford Explorer is this ?
in the fuse box ,on the drivers side of the dash.it is a 30 amp circuit breaker.
It probably uses a circuit breaker instead of a fuse. It's location would depend on what vehicle you have.
In the fuse box in the engine bay. Number 46 I think. It's white and can be found on the list of fuses under breaker.
My olds 88 has a fuse for the power windows. I don't think it has a circuit breaker. The fuse box for mine on the lower dash panel just above my left knee. There are mostly "blade type" fuses but there are also two silver can type fuses and one of these two is for the power windows. ( I think the other one if for the power seats)
ITS SHOULN'T BE JUST A FUSE IT SHOULD HAVE A CIRCUIT BREAKER TOO. THE CIRCUIT BREAKER OPENS IF YOU HOLD THE SWITCH TOO LONG. ITS 20AMP ON MOST CARS THAT I WORKED ON. ITS IN THE FUSEPANEL ON MUSTANGS. GOOD LUCK PAUL G