Power windows in a 2007 Ford Fusion, I want to check fuses, but do not know which fuse to check.

Asked by Jul 24, 2017 at 07:26 PM about the 2007 Ford Fusion SE V6

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Non of the windows will go down, not sure which fuse to check.

5 Answers

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Do you have an owner's manual ?

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Remove the cover of the fuse box and there is a diagram on it to tell you what fuse controls what. That should get you fixed.

Yes i do have the owners manual. I did not find it in there. I did google it and I did find which one to take out. The fuse box I needed, under the driver side dash. Not just being awkward to get to but near impossible to view when you are there. Stupid design for fuse box placement. Anyway, I replaced the fuse and within 2 days it has already blown again. I will replace again, but any ideas as to why it maybe burning out?

5,625

Something is making a load that exceeds the fuse limit. Probably a bad motor but could be a wire shorting out also.

Look for the fuse puller tool. In the 2010 its a white plastic clippy thing on the fuse box cover. The index of the owners manual tells you which page has the fuses listed.

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