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No.. I did not check the power at the switch.. I don't have access to a volt meter
After purchasing a replacement relay from NAPA, the relay didn't fit. It was about 1/8 inch bigger. However, it did have the same number of terminals and layout. I returned that and purchased the relay from a Ford dealership. I installed that and still no power windows. Both moon roof and radio/CD player still work. So far I've replaced the under the hood fuses and the under then dash fuse and now relay (#3). I read somewhere online that the batter saver relay (#5) could be bad? Any suggestions on my next step would be greatly appreciated.
Nope. Can I rig one up with one of those big flash lights from the hardware store / Menard's? Are you suggesting that I run a light test along the BK/BL (+) to the BK ground (-) at the driver door master switch?
Thanks for the quick response. I actually replaced the accessory relay with the fuse panel still partially connected under the dash. Needed to get my hands up there over to the back and wiggle the #3 delay accessory relay until I was able to pull it out. This relay is not the largest one, but it does have the terminal 30 & 85, 86, 87 & 87a labeled so I'm fairly certain it the correct relay. It's was a pain just to do this. If I need to probe the terminals I'll need to see them so I guss I'll need to find a way to pull it down. There are many wires down there with 2 large connectors. This is going to take some time. Are you certain there isn't a GEM or battery saver (relay #5) that could be faulty? I am putting 30A CB back.