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electric windows
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i have a 2005 berlingo and the electric windows have stopped working, can any1 give me any idea how to get them working again?
van has been to a garage and they say its not a fuse, however im not convinced, where abouts is the fuse for windows?

thanks in advance
chris
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We need to know precisely which model you have....diesel or petrol, turbo or not, 1.4; 1.6; 1.9; 2.0 litre?
FWIW the relevant fuse on a 2006 1.6 HDi is Fuse 12 (Green 30 amp. ) on the BSI board. (Under the steering wheel.)
The Older I get the Better I Was!  Cool
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On my 1999 1.4 the manual lists F10 and F11 (Driver's side and passenger side respectively) and 20A fuses.

Find your manual and check what it says.
Then find a voltmeter, switch on the ignition and measure if there's 12V at the fuse(s).
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