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Power windows not working

The windows in my mustang have been non responsive before but now they are just not working period. No reaction to any switches at all. Good thing they're all up...


Here's a couple of previous problems before they stopped working altogether.

The rear right has to be put up/down by the switch in the back, and the passenger is same. Operates on its own, and not by the master driver side switches.
Could it be the main switch needs replacing? I'm hoping it's that simple, but I'm wondering if there's anybody out there that has any previous experience that would be able to help.



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The drivers side switch assembely is bad,replace it from a dealer or a junk yard.

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