Umm, it depends exactly what vehicle you're talking about.
Have you checked the fuses?
Have you checked the relays?
Underneath the rear seat.
There is a problem with power to that part of the vehicle. Check fuses as well as all wiring. Make sure that the ignition switch is operating properly and turning power on to these areas.
The Power Window, Sunroof Breaker is identified as "RETAINED ACCESSORY PWR BRKR" and is in the Driver's Side Instrument Panel Fuse Block. See page 6-22 & 23 of your "Owner's Manual" for details.....
Check the fuses in your 97 Cavalier first. The dome light and the sunroof probably have a common power source.
i checked the front fuse box and two rear fuse boxes and none seem to have fuses for the windows. Any one have any suggestion's, thanks
As memory serves there are 2 locations for fuses and relays, the relays should be under the hood in a black plastic box on one of the fenders. There are a ton of fuses in the trunk behind the carpet covering the rear seat.
check for a bad fuse
power windows use auto reset circuit breakers... not fuses
Bad relay, most likely.
The fuses in a Toyota Corolla 2000 are for various components of the car. For instance, the fuses power the windshield wipers, the radio, the power windows, and the power seats.
They are located below the power windows, in the door.
check and see if the window lock is on or not, driver side window and sunroof will still function when window lock is activated however, the other windows will not work, even by the drivers control, it should be the button on the top right next to your power door lock switch,
When power doors fail on a 1999 Honda Civic there is a problem with a actuator or wiring. The door lock fuses should be checked. If the fuses are fine then the actuators themselves will need to be checked.
check the fuses
Did you check the fuses in the power distribution box under the hood?
where is the fuses for the power windows
No, there was never a power sunroof version.
I had this exact problem with my 2003 jetta tdi. There is a central security module in the car, which went bad in my case. The sunroof wouldn't work, power locks would try to lock then unlock, windows wouldn't work, dome lights also. I had the module replaced for a little over $400 (used). Be careful if you get a used one like I did, because now the keyfob will not work.
sometimes the window switches are bad and burnt and then finally the motor but first check the power at the switches.
Check your fuses.