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Vehicle: 2004 RAM 1500 with the all powerfull 4.7l
Location: Dyersburg, Tn
I would assume that you checked the relay as well when you checked the fuse. also you may want to check the wiring harness in the driver side door. it is relatively easy to remove the door panel or just remove the plate with the controls on it. the fact that it is all four of them says that it is something to do with power supplies. hope this helps.
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Yeah 90% sure its going to be the wiring harness in your door. The panel with all the switches tends to come loose on 03-06ish Rams. Jigger the wiring harness until the windows work again. Then glue or screw the panel down or the wires will come loose again in very short order.
there is a relay for the power windows under the driver side dash that supplies the power to the main switch that all the other windows work off. you can check the relay by removing the cover and pinching the contacts together. This relay also has a 25A fuse built into it. This is most likely your problem.
I had the same problem with my 2004 dodge ram 1500 quad cab