2002 Dodge Caravan Window / Window Switch issue

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Asked by Mar 18, 2014 at 08:19 PM about the 2002 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hoping someone can help me.  Neither of the driver side switches seem to work.  I
cannot lower the driver or passenger side window using the driver side switches.  
However, I can lower and raise the passenger side window using the passenger side
switch.   I replaced the driver side switch, but still doesn't work.  All fuses seem to be in
order.  Is there a 25 amp circuit breaker that I need to reset or something?  Hoping this
is not a short.  Any help would be much appreciated.   If this is the breaker, is this
under the dash?

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just to add. there are 2 single switches on the driver door. I replaced the driver window switch but still doesn't work. I just think it is odd that both switches stopped working at the same time. The passenger side window switch for the passenger side window works just fine. Both windows are on different circuits right? What would affect both switches on the driver side door?

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