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Old 06-11-2007, 10:40 PM   #1
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my power windows ,power-lock/mirror stop to run,,,,,,,,,only in driver door is correct,,

what happen??
its a ssei 2001
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Have you checked your fuses, in particular in the rear fuse block under the back seat?
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Old 06-12-2007, 12:34 AM   #3
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Please clarify...you have power to windows/mirror on the drivers door only? No power to the passenger front and both rears?

If the fuses check out okay, you may have what I did... corrosion on the main bus/hub. I'm not sure where it is located though - dealer fixed it for me. It'* my understanding that the power is supplied to the drivers door...then that hub distributes it to the other three doors from there.
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I just bought my bonnie and had the same problem. Only the driver side door worked. We get water into our cars, one way or another, this water has no way to exit on our vehicles. It sits in the bottom of our floor pans. The master switch provides a serial data line to the driver'* door module. The drivers door module then provides this data to all the other window modules (one per door). The splice for this "data" line is under the driver side seat. You'll need to pull the drivers seat out. Pull the carpeting on this side of the vehicle up. Under there I am sure you will find water in the padding and such. There is a wiring channel that runs under the driver seat, towards the center console. You'll need to remove this upper lid of the wiring channel, and look for a tan/white wire. There is a small section of the wire covered in electrical tape, and splits into a total of 4 wires. Inside the electrical tape is a metal splce which has become corroded and needs repairs. Strip the wires back until you get to clean line on each of them, and reconnect all the wires, and weather seal them. This will take care of your problem. You can try the driver side door module (located inside the door panel in the upper right corner) but it is 250 from the dealer, and 150 from a scrap yard. I would try this first, it is the most likely cause, and the cheapest fix.

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thanks raviaan i will try this......
but just to be sure ,,,,, my 2 rear power windows with power lock stop to run and then a week later ,the front passenger side window stop with power lock and mirror (+defrost in mirror)
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This will fix it... not all lines completely corroded at once. Mine were intermittent at first as well.
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Not to be a prude but when you're typing so people understand what you're saying, grammer check what you wrote before you post

ie. "my 2 rear power windows with power lock stop to run"

should say

""my 2 rear power windows with power lock, stopped running""

and

"the front passenger side window stop with power lock and mirror (+defrost in mirror)"

should read

""the front passenger side window with power lock and mirror (+defrost in mirror) also stopped working""


much more easier to understand
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So Stitch, sorry about my typing,,,but my english is not #1.....mais j'essais de l'améliorer
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Did you understand the responses well enough to try those solutions? If not, perhaps we can find someone to translate. French-Canadian?
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Yes Archon for reading i'm ok,,,, its just for typing ,

I will try to fix it under the driver seat this weekend.

And yes i come from Quebec , Canada
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