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First check your fuse panel. Other than that...Perhaps moisture has gotten in the door panel and messed with the connection. I would take the panel off and investigate..make sure everything is plugged in.
the master switch is bad sad to say....they suffer greatly from manufacture defects....you can try to exchange it or find a new one
i went through 3 new ones to get a good one....i know it is expensive but the dealer may be your best bet, you can try it in the parking lot and the parts guy can watch you install it....then they have no choice but to honor the new part warranty if the new one is defective also....thanks
ok do you have one good switch for the pass front and both rears.....in other words do you have at least one of those 3 windows that work normal????if you do remove that switch and connect it to the other windows and check for normality in operation...if it works fine at the switch then the new switch you have is faulty