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Old 07-14-2016, 12:19 AM   #1
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Default Power windows & power seats stopped working - '93 Delta 88

So the other day I was adjusting my power window and power seat at the same time and they both quit working. All four windows do not work, the power seats do not work and neither do the side mirrors. I replaced two circuit breakers in the fuse panel located near the brake pedal and all of my fuses look good and they checked out okay with a voltage meter. Does anybody have any suggestions as to what else I should look at? I'm completely lost on this one....
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You need a schematic(*) to see if there is a circuit, like a ground, that is common to all, if power is ok....
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Agreed, a schematic will help.

If I had to guess though, I would start looking for the problem in the front drivers door. Also check the ground bus under the carpet near the front of the door.
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windows and seats use different circuit breakers, but share the same ground, G202....
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