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Q: Power windows not working.

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Power windows do not go up.

It is possible that you have a blown the fuse for the power windows. If it is possible for you to easily replace this fuse, it will be shown in the owner’s manual of your vehicle. If you are uncomfortable doing this, I would suggest asking for help from a mechanic to check your fuse and if needed diagnose what part of the power window system is causing your windows not to go up.

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