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Rear windows won't open with back controls

The window lock is not on, obviously the first think I checked.

The windows can be opened by the driver's panel but not in the back themselves.

Any advice?

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So we know that the motors and fuse is o.k.(opertes from driver switch).and the wiring to the motors are fine. the only thing is left is to check rear switch tosee if they are grounding . remove the swich and jump the termials to the motor if they work replace the switch. thank you

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