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)
Power windows are protected by a circuit breaker.
The power windows have a automatic reset circuit breaker. They are not fused.
Power windows normally use a breaker, not a fuse.
the circuit breaker is built into the headlight switch.
The breaker is self resetting.
In the power distribution box in your engine compartment , maxi-fuse # 4 ( 20 amp ) is for your power windows on a 1998 Ford Ranger Ford states to disconnect your battery before servicing anything in the PD BOX , which means your Ranger will have to relearn its idle , the clock and radio stations will have to be reset etc.
Remove no. 11 circuit breaker from fuse box under hood!!
the motor for your power windows is shot, or your wiring is gone
Check the fuse.
I had the same problem with our 1998 Pontiac GP. Both windows suddenly failed to operate. Checked the circuit breaker, that was fine. Could not find any other type of fuse related to the windows. The answer? The electrical pigtail that should have been plugged into the two window operating switches on the drivers side door had come loose. Once reconnected, all was well. (To access the wiring, just GENTLY pry up the switch panel from the bottom - below the two window switches.)
Headlights? Sounds like a dead short to ground in circuit, -circuit breaker tripping and resetting? Investigate circuit to find frayed or loose wire contacting ground
The wiring diagram for a 1998 Ford Explorer XLT can be found in the service manual provided by the manufacturer. If the power windows, moon roof fuses, and power relays are good but the windows and moonroof do not work, then it is likely a wiring problem