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post #1 of 10 Old 03-19-2012, 09:23 AM Thread Starter
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Power Window Fuse

i just had my wifes windows tinted and was wondering which fuse is for the power windows so she can't accidently roll them down or anyone else in the vehicle.

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post #2 of 10 Old 03-19-2012, 02:57 PM
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post #3 of 10 Old 03-19-2012, 03:10 PM
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Just lock the other windows and put tape over her buttons.

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Well I have the windows locked and the tint shop put a sticker over the buttons but its already come off. The only fuse I see for power windows is the F9 in the PDS for 2008-2010 but states only on the 2010 so I'm lost.
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Stuff the power window slot full of chewed gum tonight so it hardens by morning so the button won't go down?

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I think it is a circuit breaker in the junction block, CB3; it is on an '07..

left of the steering column, behind the lower steering column cover.

CB3 is between the two big connectors, closest to the edge of the junction block.

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Getting that gum off would be a pita lol. I'll look for CB3 when she gets home with it in a little while. I feel like a newb because I can't find a power window fuse. Usually it's a lot easier than it is on the WK.
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no, actually, power windows are often on circuit breakers rather than fuses.. because when the kid in the back seat holds his finger on the button all the way to the ice-cream shop, it's way better to not have to replace a fuse to get the window lifts back.

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no, actually, power windows are often on circuit breakers rather than fuses.. because when the kid in the back seat holds his finger on the button all the way to the ice-cream shop, it's way better to not have to replace a fuse to get the window lifts back.
Makes sense and good to know. I know they used to be fuses and it was as simple as looking at the diagram on the cover and pull the fuse. I felt stupid when I was looking in all the fuse boxes trying to find the fuse after they tinted them and couldn't find it. Hopefully she can keep from rolling them down for another day or two.
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Get a mouse glue trap and tape it over the window switches.

Guarantee it only gets tried once

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