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If it is not a fuse issue, then I would start tearing the door apart to look for a bad connection or a short in the wiring... Not a fun process.
You can also use an ohmmeter to check continuity and resistances of the switches with or without power.
Check the window lock out. You may have pushed that on accident. It locks the passenger and rear windows so people dont use them when the driver wants to control window operation.. Usually for annoying kids :) The window lock out usually has a pic of a window with an "X" or a pic of a window with the word "lock"
If that is not it, It sounds like the controls went bad. This happens from time to time. When liquids get onto the window controls its common that some go out and or they all go out. I would put my best guess on the window lock out.
Only true and accurate way to check is manually see if power is exiting the window controller to the rear windows and or passenger window... you would need a Volt meter to watch voltage.
The Nissan Murano has two fuse compartments on the passenger under the dash area and one for fusible links under the hood on the right side beside the air cleaner. I'm not sure what year you are working on so I'm not 100% on which control fuse you are looking for... But you may look in those areas for blown fuses ... hope that helps
There's no need to remove the fuse to change wiper blades.
If there are electrical problems the fuse locations are driver's bottom left near steering wheel, and under the hood. Under the hood is the ipdm located on the passenger side near the alternator. More fuses can be found beside the battery.
If your wiper motor runs but wipers don't move, the linkage is disconnected.
There's a 50 amp fuse in box under hood. Could be the problem as far as I can tell there are no fuses in car. Check all connections. This just happened to my car. I tried using my passenger side panel an drivers side and drivers side window starting working. I put the drivers side panel on the passenger side and all other functions worked except my initial problem. I found my main auto switch on drivers side panel was bad which was causing all other functions not to work.
I wonder if you dont have a bad switch. I had a similar problem on my car except that it was the heated seats that would not engage... the power seat buttons all worked just fine. I changed the switch and it fixed the problem...