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  1. 1994 E36 316 - Wipers and electric windows dont work.... 
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    Hi,

    As i said in the title i woke up this morning only to find that the windows AND the wipers decided not to work over night.....

    Is there any way of finding out how this could happen and more importantly, how fix it?!

    could be fuse but i dont even know where to find that!


    Pleeeeease Help!
     
     

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    I have re titled your thread and moved it to the Auto electrical forum where it should receive the required attention
     
     

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    First off you need to check all the fuses in the fuse box which is located under the bonnet on the passenger side.



    The fuses you are looking to check will be IIRC fuse 13 (5 amp) and 14 (30 amp) for the power windows and fuses 36 (30 amp) 37 (10 amp) 44 (15 am) and 45 (7.5 amp)

    I always check ALL of my fuses even one I think only one has gone. I use a light tester to probe both sides of the fuse A multi meter can also be used.

    Please let us know how you get on
     
     

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