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2000 Ford Taurus power windows stopped working

I just installed new side mirrors on both doors. Now my windows will not operate. I was very careful with the wiring, nothing came loose. I am thinking it's the relay under the instrument cluster, but i am not sure. any suggestions?

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Go back into the window:(..KISS.....last place before failure is usually the cause..check plug in to harness for window motor and for cuts slices or a ground disconned

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