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Old 05-11-2021, 02:22 PM   #7
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I find this an interesting thread from the first post. If anything, I would expect the stall current in a window motor to have decreased after 30 years rather than become larger. Also I would expect a new car (design or at dealer) to be rejected if the owner couldn't hold down all four switches until the motor sound stopped and expect to repeat this without changing a fuse.

My personal habit is to do two at a time, but from here I'm gonna try all four at every opportunity to see if I can bust a fuse, return to this thread and compare stall currents. Now, as to fuse aging (or manufacturing tolerance in new fuses for old cars), that's another subject.
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