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None of the windows work.

I tested one of the motors and is not working. I was wondering if there are any hidden switches, relays or fuses that may be the problem

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Chryslers window regulators are chincy but if none of them work check fuses and switches.it might be the switch on drivers door ...called master switch if thats bad none of the windows will work

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  • 2 Check the main circuit relay using a test light. If voltage is coming out of the relay, there is an open or short at the wire feeding power to the other switches. If no voltage is coming out of the relay, use the test light to make sure voltage is reaching the relay. If voltage is reaching the relay, replace it. If there is no voltage reaching the relay, there is an open or short at the wire between the relay and the main fuse.
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