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Old 10-21-2010, 11:16 PM   #1
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I was under my dash today finishing installing my alarm/remote start, everything worked fine until this evening, now it was my second time under my dash in 2 days installing the alarm, could I have blown a fuse for the power windows? or did I knock something alose under the dash? everything works on my car except the windows.
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what year, model and trim do you have?
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1999 bonneville sse with leather seat,everything is power
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Are you able to operate the other windows from the other doors?

Check the fuse for the windows.
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I would check the fuses too. It'* the easiest place to start. I've noticed before on my car that if the driver side windows switch is unplugged then none of the windows or switches will work.
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window control on driver side is not unplugged I checked the fuses, didn`t see any blown ...there seems there is no fire at all coming to the windows...I even went to the maxi fuse center and pulled the windows breaker and jumped the socket with a wire and still nothing as far as the windows working...Help please!
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It'* sounding like a fuse issue to me as well. Start going through the fuse box and pulling fuses that are labeled with something that sounds relevant. There is probably fuse labeled "window".[/QUOTE] I have checked the fuses and nothing is blown I even switched the power steats breaker fuse with the sunroof breaker fuse and the sunroof breaker fuse is good becuase it worked the power steats so what would be on the passenger side as far as relays/breakres that could be cuasing the problem?
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Do anyone have a diagram to the relays on the passenger side to tell which relay belongs to which circuit?
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DANTHURS might, I believe he has a FSM for your style bonneville. I'm wondering if this could be an issue with the BCM. I think there is even a test you can run to see if the BCM is malfunctioning. Anyone remember seeing this?
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