Q: My stereo & all windows will not roll up I hear no music stereo will not come on neither one of the widows will roll up it just stopp

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Widows nore my music will not come on an widows will not roll up my windows & widows was working fine then they both went out at the same time
My car has an automatic transmission.

This is often times traced to broken or shorted wires. I would recommend tracing the wires from the stereo from the back of the dash under the seats to the speakers as melted or broken wires are often times a source for a short.

The same is also true with the power windows as the wiring runs from the control module under the seats to the doors.

I would recommend having an expert from YourMechanic come to your home to diagnose the issue with your electrical components and help you repair it as necessary.

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