Problem Description and Possible Solution
Electrical power may be lost to the interior of the vehicle due to a blown 125 amp fuse located at the under hood fuse box. This fuse can blow if jumper cables are connected incorrectly. Replacing the blown fuse will commonly correct this problem.
Average mileage: 148,986 (74,202–360,000)
31 people reported this problem
I can't get any power to roll down electr,ic windows,also no a/c,o
Or gauges rear doors wont open or tailgate
No interior power, seats, locks, radio, windows, heater
Thank you! I had this issue after my husband tried jumping his truck with my 2005 envoy! Everything on the interior- lights, windows, radio, a/c, etc didn't work. We replaced the 125 fuse and it all works again! Fuse cost us $7.49. Btw! We took it to a local shop before I saw this thread and the guy said it will be a very costly repair! Smh...
Had someone jump start my car, he said he thinks he connected them wrong and tried it again. It started, but now all interior lights, radio, power window and locks don't work.
Battery fails occasionally. Drivers window and locks don't work. All 3 other doors are fine. Radio doesn't stay on when key is turned off. Interior lights don't work when door is open, but will work by the switch.