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I won Mazda 323F GXI my electric windows are no working I have checked all fuse in bonet and under the dash board they all in working condition

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    Thanks it was helpfull it was a motor

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There are two possibilities for this problem one is that your master switch in the drivers door has failed or the door in question. but if it is just one window it could be the window regulator motor or the switch in that door

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