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My power windows don't work 1998 expedition. I don't know which fuse is for the windows.

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  • Anonymous Feb 14, 2010

    The owners manual does not state which fuse is for the power windows. It was ironic that I even went to the Ford dealership parts department,
    and they could not tell me the fuse number. After much searching
    online, I could not find the answer either. It turns out that after trial and error, and systematically going through each fuse in the fuse box, under the drivers side dash, I found the culprit. It is fuse number 14, the 15 amp fuse that is the third one down in the middle row, that is associated with the interior lamp and battery saver relay. The owners manual, in the future should be revised to include Power Windows for the description for fuse 14 (assuming fuse 14 is still used for this)

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Fuses should be clearly marked on inside of fuse cover or in your driving manual which came with the car

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  • bouncenback Jan 29, 2011

    Ditto on this problem - "The owners manual does not state which fuse is for the power windows. It was ironic that I even went to the Ford dealership parts department, and they could not tell me the fuse number. After much searching online, I could not find the answer either. The owners manual, in the future should be revised to include Power Windows for the description for fuse 14 "

    I can't believe they never clarified what fuse was used for the windows. I went through the same exact scenario as you with the same results. And BTW the window fuse still is #14 15 amp blue fuse. All I had to do to get mine to work was reseat the fuse, it clicked and the window began to work.

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Hi Roady:
I can asure you that the power window fuse is not marked at all in the fuse cover, neither in the owner manual. I came across in the web with some guys with the same problem, and one of them had the answer, you have to change fuse # 14.
Greetings.

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