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Power windows including rear window & power locks only partially

I have a 2002 Explorer Sport Trac. The power windows only work with the driver's controls and not from the individual doors(with the window lock on and off), the rear power window does not work at all and the power lock only unlocks the doors but does not lock them. All the fuses are OK. Are these problems related and how do I fix them?

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Yes all related it's in the wireing or in switchs most likely wire

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