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Q: Multiple windows not working

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The driver's and rear windows are not working. The rear is stuck down.

Hello. That is a common issue that many owners with your particular vehicle encounter. If all of the windows stopped working at once, it is likely due to a faulty switch or fuse. But if if they stopped working individually, it is likely the window motors and regulators causing the problem. I recommend that a certified technician inspect the window system to determine which component is causing the windows to not operate.

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