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All 4 electric windows will not go up or down.

I have replaced the 30 amp power window fuse inside the car and my windows still do not go up or down. My car is a 2003 elantra. They worked one day and the next day none of them work. They don't work from the master panel nor on the individual door.

What else could be wrong?

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First, check the drivers door to body wiring where it passes between the doors. I'd take the panel off and start from the inside and work your way through the part that travels inside the rubber cover to the car. These are notorious for rotting wires in that area, which will cause a large problem.

If the harness is ok, replace the drivers door power window switch assembly. If the drivers door switches are bad then none of the others will work either. I see this very frequently as well from people who use too much Armour All cleaner, or drive with their window down in the rain and get it wet(smokers usually).

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