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the power window fuse, which is linked to several other systems, should be in the kick-panel fusebox on the driver's side. there should also be a circut breaker for the motors, probably behind. the glovebox
Fuse box is by drivers left knee. Above this are the flashers and about
3 inches above this is the circuit breaker for the windows and door
locks. breaker is silver, about 1/2 by 5/8 inch and in the center is
the button you need to push in to reset. I used an unbent paper clip to
press it. Make sure unit is not energized. May need to unplug breaker
first. Press in center button until it clicks.
Their are two fuses that power this system. One is a 15 amp gauge fuse and the other one is a 30 amp main power fuse. You can also check the power main relay, your ignition switch, or i could possibly be a fault in the wiring
I'd bet on a broken wire in the harness going to the drivers door. I suggest the drivers door because it is used the most often. You can pull the master switch and check the wires for continuity to the harness just under the dash at the fuse box, after removing the lower dash trim panel. Sometimes you can gently pull on the wires of the door harness from under the dash and one will pull right out. Thats how I found mine.