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Every doors power windows will not work, I am thinking its a fuse or a relay because I do not understand how every door just stopped working. My wipers still work though as I read in a post how the fuse is connected to that? Looked in car manual and it doesn't show a fuse for power windows? Would really like to fix this problem what should I do?

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The power windows do not use a fuse rather its hooked to a automatic reset circuit breaker, this is so it would reset after a fault, the first place to look which is the most common reason for all windows to stop working at once, open the driver door and look in the center of the door in the location of the hinges, you will see a rubber type boot that contains the wiring for the drivers door controls. you will need to slide boot back and check each wire, you will find a broken wire or two. this happens from opening and closing of the door and is common. good day.

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