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2002 Taurus, all P/W controls will not operate,

This includes switches at each door as well as main driver control, power mirrors also inoperable. All other power accessories work. Came on suddenly. Checked all fuses and fuse blocks and they are fine

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The main controls on the arm of the driver door needs to be replace ie if the main goes ou then the rest will not work because they are rolled into one/Please rate my reesponse thank you very much

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