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WiFi, Satellite, Cell Phone and other ways to get connected.


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    • My guess is you have a poor connection upstream of those fuses limiting the voltage/current when F2 load is applied.  However, if your windows are working normal with F2 pulled, makes me doubt my guess.  What is F2 size & load? With F2 pulled, I’d measure the voltage at the fuse block when you operate the windows.  If it drops significantly, it strengthens my guess. Good luck!
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