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My power windows won't work anymore. The chances of all four of the window motors burning out are slim at best. I looked at the fuses in the interior panel and under the hood. The fuses seem they don't need replacing and I was wondering if there was something I missed. My mechanic says this was a similar problem with another Durango of the same year and make and says it was a fuse problem.

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Did they all go out at once? ck for power and the the master lock out switch there on the drivers window switch, ( it turns them all "OFF" except the drivers door). If you have a mechanic , he should be able to look up a wiring idagram and find it the problem. There is a "accesory delay relay" and a circuit breaker for that, Pink/yellow wire is main power to the switch.

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