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2001 town and country - Problem...On a trip..power windows..side door

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2001 town and country - Problem...On a trip from Alabama to Ohio the (rear) wing windows were open at a stop. After starting up the car the wing windows wouldn't shut or open. Then shortly afterwards, none of the power windows were working from the dirvers side door. I also tried the passenger side window switch and it didn't work either. I tried switching a fuse (rear tail gate - same amperage) with the windows fuse and still nothing....any suggestions?

Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 8 years ago.
sounds like control module failure
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Customer: replied 8 years ago.

Just want to let you know that I got the payment issue solved. Some how, just recently moving, there was a disparity between my new and old address and the banks security features. Sorry about the wait and thanx.



Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 8 years ago.
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Customer: replied 8 years ago.

I haven't gotten the part yet, but I believe you're referring to one of the modules that are located in the bank with the fuses and modules under the hood. Mine is located under the hood in front of the battery.





Expert:  Trouble shooter 1 replied 8 years ago.
let me know Chris