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I was checking / fixing fuses, pulling them and putting new that kind of stuff and now my windows do not open and the front light are always on! The fuses are ok but I am wondering if by playing around maybe i messed up a relay or something! I tried to fix the fuses to what they should be, in the past the car ( used ) had fuses too big for what the chart called for, so for example i replaced a 30 for a 10 if a 10 was the one needed etc.

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23 hours ago, BENC911 said:

I was checking / fixing fuses, pulling them and putting new that kind of stuff and now my windows do not open and the front light are always on! The fuses are ok but I am wondering if by playing around maybe i messed up a relay or something! I tried to fix the fuses to what they should be, in the past the car ( used ) had fuses too big for what the chart called for, so for example i replaced a 30 for a 10 if a 10 was the one needed etc.

Have you tried disconnecting your battery cable(s), touch them together, and reconnect the cables to the battery?

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These cars do strange electrical things when the battery is weak.

How old is your battery?

If it is 4 years or older it should be replaced.

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Well things are better, now I have pasm issues ONLY

 

What is the fuse or fuses? I remember that I could do inside the car pasm off, but now the button are not lighting up, neither the one that looks like a shock absorber nor the one that says sport. That one gives an error which I guess has power?

 

it was weird 3-4 fuses in one of the slots had no power, I did a split from one with power and I was fine. Not sure why it did not have power, maybe I have a relay issue that also feeds the pasm? Not sure but at least all but the PASM is working.

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