Originally Posted by Scott Hillier
...... but what do you mean by "If you have a Screw, the check CB602 under the hood"? .......
That refers to if you have a SuperCrew body style, that in the under hood fuse box, the power windows are on a 30 AMP Circuit Breaker ( that is the 30A CB ref in the chart that he is vaugly refering to ), vs on the other body styles, it is the 30 AMP fuse #110, that you said you checked. ( your profile is not filled out, do you have a SuperCrew / Screw or a Std or SCab body style ? )
With the Fuse #110 beign replaced, and good, do you have any way to check if you have power at the radio harness ( I assume you have an after market HU, with the AMP installed ).
The Fuse #110 feeds the Accy Delay relay, which might have taken a powder, depending on the amount fo draw you had on it for the AMP installed.
That is not a heavy duty relay, and you quite poss might have burnt up the contacts?? I am taking a guess at this, without knowing if the radio harness has power on it.
The accy delay relay controls the items you have not functioning at the moment.
The accy delay relay is relay #5 in the fuse box in the cab of the truck.
If you have a meter, you can pull the relay, and check against the pin numbers on the relay ( look at it close, and line up the number, it is a mirror image of the numbers on the relay, when getting the pin numbers in the socket ), and check with the meter for power on pin #30 in the socket.
This will tell you if you have a good circuit from Fuse #110 to the Accy delay relay.
If you have power to pin #30 in the fuse box, you can remove Relay #4, and install it in the position for Relay #5 ( this is using the one touch down relay in place of the Accy Delay relay ), to check if Relay #5 is bad.
Let us know if you have power in the Relay #5 socket on pin #30, and if so, if installing the one touch down relay, made the windows work.
Obviously, keep in mind, the one touch down won't work without the relay installed, so test with the passenger window, to see if they are working.