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Reply To: No crank/start issue

Nightflyr *
Richard Kirshy

Well that would depend..
First thing is “new” does not always equate to good.
You can search where “new” parts have been installed only to be found to be defective.
As to “removing the fuse” it may or may not equal.
Do you know for certain that the window motors are not controlled by a separate control module that feeds back coms to other modules with in the network?
Just trying to level the playing field by getting everything back to where it was before the issue began.