I would definitely check the fuse panel (left side of the dash next to the driver's door). Inside the panel should be a list of fuse locations and ratings. Do you have an owner's manual? It should have the list, too. If this is not the problem, please post a comment here!
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Then you have two possibilities. First, most likely. Wires have broken. Open the drivers door and at the front you will see a rubber boot from the frame to the door. This is where the wires like to break. Second would be the master switch failed. I have replaced one or two(in 30 years) that the switch completely died. Usually just one or two windows quit working.
Try putting direct power to you're window motors and the power locks if everything moves and actuates, u can eliminate those items. also make sure you are getting power to you're switches, u may have a bad wire a bad connection or it may b grounded out. You could also just have a bad switches.
It may be a circuit breaker.My windows and door locks stopped working,even after checking all fuses and replacing Main Driver side door switch! Found three circuit breakers that you can reset with a paper clip or small screwdriver. They were black with an aluminum cover on top. They don't come out easily,just insert the pin on each one.