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Drivers window stuck on my daughter this morning. I thought I could get it up by removing the plug to the switch and jumping the motor with an atv battery, just to get her school before taking to a mechanic to fix. I believe I connected the jump wires to the wrong pins on the plug as there was a spark but no window movement. Now none of the windows operate and the power door locks are not working either. The other 3 window were operating fine until I put my hands on it. Fuses are good (passenger panel 20a and under the hood 40a. I don't know if there's a fusible link, or if I fried another component. I took it to reliable mechanic and he has not been able to figure it out yet. I'm feeling pretty stupid at this point and didn't really want to post this but would appreciated any input.
 

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Hope you have a multimeter. Test fuses with that first, rather than just eyeballing them. Then test your wiring. I've attached fuse and wiring diagrams to help you along. Good luck and keep us posted.
 

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Check fuse #13 passenger under dash. 7.5A. At least that’s what would be on the 2005 Pilot. It’s for the driver and passenger multiplex control units.

And as noted above it’s better to use a meter to test a fuse since your eyeball might not see the break/burn/fracture.

Nothing wrong with making a mistake. It’s a learning experience.

And welcome to the forum.
 
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