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My power windows do not work in my vehicle. Could this be caused by a blown fuse?

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It could be a fuse, but Id be more inclined to belive it to be the drIver side switch, it controls power to all the other windows in the car and if none are working, after checking the fuses, I would replace the switch in the drivers door.

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