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91 cherokee, power windows. Windows were working ok. Shut ign switch off. When restarted, windows, (all 4) will not roll up or down. Window lock switch is in unlock position. Possible power failure? If so where do i look for fuse/breaker?

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Breaker fuse,and if the breaker is good,replace the ignition switch

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