fuel gauge not working and power windows and radio.2004 mercury mountaineer.
The convenience relay that is located in the trunk of a Mercedes C280 may need to be replaced if the power seats are not working. Bad or loose wiring can be another cause for power seats to stop working.
the motor for your power windows is shot, or your wiring is gone
If all the windows quit working you need to look for a blown fuse in the fusebox.
Could be a fuse if both stopped working. or a wire ,both windows are hooked up to same wire.
Check the power window fuses and the relay first. If all of the windows do not work then it is a power problem with the whole window system.
Check the fuse.
You might want to get out your owners manual and see which fuse controls the windows and make sure it is not a fuse. Since you didn't mention the make of the car I have no more advice other than the fuse.
In the trunk on your right hand side.
Check the fuses.
you may want to check the fuses, the fuse box on this car is loacted under the hood on the right side in the back. There shouldn't be any other reason for it to stop working. Hope this helps.
Have you checked the fuses?
Yes what do I do
Check your fuses.
Check the fuses in the power distribution block - usually under the hood
the power windows fuse is fuse 14 the panel says back up lights but its also for the power windows. It worked for me! You will notice the interior light might not be working as well as the power windows. Take a 10 amp little fuse and try in space 14. Good luck great answer, i was looking in the wrong spot. it took our auto windows, boot lamp, remote key access
There might be a separate fuse for the fan and the windows, located in the fusebox inside the car.
check for a bad fuse
i don't have pwer to heater fan wiper, power windows, or power locks, some time when you just turn ignition everything is working soon as you start the engine it will quit
Fuses or the power window relays.
more than likely you have a blown fuse in the fusebox for the power windows.
Could be the switch between the front seats, or a fuse, or a shortcircuit in the wire with power from the battery.