Question about 1994 Volvo 960
None of the windows raise or lower
Why does everyone think that power windows have relays? Well, maybe Volvos do, but most cars use a circuit breaker at the fuse panel. You need top pull off the driver's door master switch and check if there is one hot wire there to switch with the key on. If you don't, check for broken wires in the door opening. Check if the circuit breaker's terminal has power to it.
When all windows fail, it is usually a wiring problem, not the switches or the motors, but all of them may need checked. If you have a hot wire to the master switch, you will need to check the power window's ground-it originates at the master switch and goes back into the cabin, then to a nearby ground.
This is the set up for most cars, I suspect your is the same. If hot wire to master and good ground, it could be a failed master switch, but check carefully for broken wires in the door opening.
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