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dues box ? do you mean fuse box . There are fuses for the power windows in the under hood fuse / relay box ! F1.62 30amp fuse an there is a relay in the CJB - central junction block ,located under the driver side dash panel . Accessory delay relay , first one top left in the fuse box. That's a good place to start ! what if fuse an relay are good ? then what ? do you know how to use a DVOM - digital volt ohm meter ? Do any of your windows work ? The best place to start is the drivers door window switch ! All power to all windows come through that switch .The lite blue with black stripe wire is power wire at the switch !
No telling where break or short is. Just because the Power locks work doesn't mean there is not a problem in the power window power delivery. Are you saying all power windows do not work? I I assume you have master window control at Driver's door? So neither master or independent at each door control switch operates any of the windows. If so please double check the fuse or connections near the departure from the fuse for the windows.
All the windows are on the same fuse, if the other windows are working fine, it's not a fuse issue. I susppect the motor or the window regulator. With your ear close to the door panel, press the window switch up and down, if you hear the motor and grinding noises then the window regulator needs to be replaced, if you don't hear anything then the motor is bad OR no power is getting to the motor. either way you will have to take the door panel off and to fix. HTH
if you press the button or switch and it makes a noise the window is off track or the little plastic gears are stripped. if you press the switch/button and no noise is produced, then its as simple as going down to the local hardware store and buying a fuse for it.