Check the fuses.
If you have a 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country check the wiring harness underneath the driver
In the power distribution box in your engine compartment of your 1997 Ford Explorer there is a 30 amp maxi-fuse in location # 10 , for your power seat(s) , power windows and power locks . Ford recommends disconnecting the battery before servicing anything in the PD BOX , which would mean that your Explorer would have to relearn its idle , the clock would need to be reset etc.
The drivers door window switch is the master; all power runs thru it first. check the breaker if that is good, I would pull the switch at the drivers door and test both sides of ot; it may just be a loose connection. Power locks are a unrelated/seperate circuit.
It depends what is wrong with them.
probably your altenator or batterys power is focused on one point of output
Check under the hood for any "fusible links" that may have blown.
the power windows fuse is fuse 14 the panel says back up lights but its also for the power windows. It worked for me! You will notice the interior light might not be working as well as the power windows. Take a 10 amp little fuse and try in space 14. Good luck great answer, i was looking in the wrong spot. it took our auto windows, boot lamp, remote key access
How to repair electric windows depends on what is wrong with them. If the motor that runs the window has burned out then replace the motor. If the switch is faulty then replace the switch. Check for broken wires, repair them if found.
something is wrong with the power or power cord or wire
mine does the same thing. no clue!