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No, they are not on the same fuse. Windows are F56, 25 amp fuse, and Wipers are on fuse F55, 20 amp and maybe F43, 15 amp. If they went out at the same time, I would gently twist the Ingition Key when they dont work and if they come to life, you may need the Igntition Switch replaced.
The first thing to check is if this car has a rear window lock button as a child safety feature. These buttons are usually located somewhere on the driver's door. Sometimes you push them by mistake and then you think your windows aren't working.
The second think to check is the fuse box. Check your owner's manual for the exact location. There should also be a fuse box diagram. It's possible the the rear windows are on a separate fuse and all you'll need to do to is replace it. If it is a fuse make sure your replacement is rated at the same number of amps as the original.
It is not a fuse it is a circuit breaker, all data shows it as located near JB1 which is the Junction Box/Fuse Box located on the drivers side interior of the car. Left Kick Panel.
30AMP Circuit Breaker
There shows to be 2 breakers there, one for the seat belts and the other for PWR Windows, and Door Locks