Door locks and light uses a power supply direct from the battery via fuses and is hot at all times while the power windows needs the ignition switch to be turned on to operate. If the fusible link is good, the next item to check would be the ignition switch.
Get a test lamp and at the ignition switch, test for battery voltage at terminal # 1 ( Pink wire ). Battery voltage must be available at all times. If no voltage is available, power from fusible link H is not getting to it.
If any of the following condition fails, the ignition switch is bad.
Turn ignition switch to ACC.
Battery voltage must be available at White/Blue wire ( terminal #2).
Turn ignition switch to ON.
Battery voltage must be present at terminal # 2, #3 ( Black/Red wire) and #4 ( Red/Yellow wire).
Ignition switch at START position.
Battery voltage must be present at terminal # 3, # 5 ( Black/White wire ) and # 6 ( Red/Blue wire)
Tuesday, August 24th, 2010 AT 6:22 AM