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    1987 Deville Electric windows

    I just purchased an 87 DeVille. None of the windows work, I have checked the fuse and it is good. Any suggestions?

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    Re: 1987 Deville Electric windows

    Windows are NOT fused! they are powered thru a circuit breaker. All the power goes to the drivers switch and from there to the other 3 switches. I would pull the driver switch up and verify power is getting to the driver switch as a first step. If no power then it could be a broken wire at the door hinges. The wiring passes thru from the body to the door in a covered conduit. Sometimes wiggling this conduit can cause the windows to start working which would confirm a partially broken wire there.

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    Re: 1987 Deville Electric windows

    TY for your reply, I am pretty vehicle illiterate, lol, hence the fuse vs. breaker, I am glad you were able to understand what I meant. I will tell my husband to do all you have said. This is my son's first car, mechanically, minus the windows and no a/c, it seems to be a good car. Cosmetically in good shape, it is worth putting the money into it to restore it. He paid $600.00.

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