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All windows will not go down. Is this a circuit breaker problem?

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Well can you go to each window and roll them down ?? it can be caused by the window switch in the drivers main door if the switch there goes funny it can make some rool down some not some time half up and so on or not all aslo check to see if you can hear the window reg it

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