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Asked by Apr 02, 2016 at 06:37 PM about the 1991 Honda Accord EX

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 91 Honda Accord EX that I had for quite
awhile N my driver side door works N my
passenger side did but the back doors haven't
worked, I have straight wired all three passenger
windows N they work but will not work with button
on each door or with driver door button have
switches buttons on the three N still don't work.
Can anyone give me a hint to wat has happened
and also cud I try the jumper idea spoke of on this
yr of car? Thanks! Any and all suggestions will be
greatly appreciated.

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3,655

The master switch on the driver's door, on most vehicles, will fail and that actually prevents the individual door switches from operating. If you don't know how to test the master itself, it is a cheap enough part at most scrap yards, just make sure they have tested it or will refund your money if they have not and it doesn't work when you try i.

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