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The circuit breaker fuse#401 on the fuse box should control the four power windows including the sliding window in the back of my supercrew f-150, making it 5 windows total. recently all four windows stopped working all at once except for the slider in the back which still works. can you tell me how to solve this problem. there is power at the circuit breaker but no power at the window switch control. please help me?

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Hello. In order for each of the 5 power window motors to operate, each requires a good ground and power. Since there is no powere at the window switch control, but obviously power to the slider, do a diagnostic on the ground wires and also on the wire between the breaker and the window switch. I suspect that the window switch is bad. That said, if you lack the diagnostic tools to thoroughly check the ground and the power circuit your best bet might be to look in the yellow pages under autoelectric repair. These shops are all set up to solve these problems in a flash. J.

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