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1997 Crew Cab Power Window Help

I am doing a complete restoration on a 1997 F350 Dually. I am almost done with the restore but am having a problem with the rear doors power windows. We removed all the doors for the paint job and replaced all the weather stripping and window seals. We now have the doors reinstalled and all pigtails plugged back together. The front windows work fine and the rear door power locks work but we can not get the windows working. I have checked and rechecked all the plugs but can't get the rear windows to work. They did work before we took them apart. I know the motors are good because when I put jump wires to the motors they work fine. Anybody have an idea on what to check next. I just can't seem to figure out what could be wrong.
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Check fuses? Inspect the wiring pigtails? Any chafing?

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Re: 1997 Crew Cab Power Window Help

Sounds like a bad ground somewhere along the way

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Drivers switch is bad.

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Re: 1997 Crew Cab Power Window Help

Well I replaced the drivers switches, Rechecked connections, looked for missing grounds and still no rear power windows. This has really got me stumped. Is there a separate fuse for the rear windows??
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