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All my power windows quit working in my 4 door 96 olds ciera. My circut breaker in my fuse panel is good. Is there another relay under the hood that could affect this?

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It may if it does it will be a black box that is labeled fuses ,relays . take the cover off , it will have a diagram that is labeled with what they are in the cover. if no then it may be the drivers door window switch

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