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None of my 2003 Ford Explorer power windows would not work

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None of my 2003 Ford Explorer power windows would not work this morning. I checked the windows circuit breaker and it showed continuity. Any help would be appreciated.
I would also check fuse 2 and fuse 6 in the battery fuse box, they are what powers the window circuit. If they are good the drivers window switch is most likely the problem but some testing would need to be done to be sure.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
It was not the circuit breaker. I took it to Ford dealer and they determined it to be a broken wire. (It worked with the door closed but not with the door open. But it was worth a try.
I'm glad you have it fixed.