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Old 03-13-2011, 06:11 AM   #1
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Hey guys,I'm thinking I might have a broken wire or wires to both rear doors,I dont have any power windows or locks back there,or does anyone have other suggestions on where to look.
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Forgot to mention that they quit all at the same time,does not lock or unlock when put into gear or with the master switch or key fob either.I guess I should mention also that its a 2002 Bonne ssei.
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it may be corrosion or a bad Drivers door module. when ya hit the key fob and such it all goes through the drivers door module then out to the other doors. just to ask have you tried usung the switches on the rear doors? also have you looked at fuses and such?
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The rear switches dont work either,I havent checked fuses and such,but I just noticed this morning that the drivers rear floor/carpet is soaked with water.
Are there any harnesses that run down that side under the carpet?
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yup there'* a lot of wires that run under there as seen here

there are a lot of ground busses under there that if the start to corrode will reek havoc on you accessories and such.

do you have a sunroof? water in the trunk?
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its got a roof and i already repaired the drain on the lf a pillar last summer,unless it sprung another leak?
if the weather is nice on the weekend maybe i'll rip the seat out and look under the carpet to investigate,thinking its almost time to flog this old bitch.
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may also be the drivers door module. i have one of those in stock
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maybe a drivers door module is possible,as i recall a few times this winter rolling down the window and all that snow falling directly on that switch....possible i guess?
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no that would affect the master switch. if ya cant put them down by the rear door switches it'* somewhere from the DDM to the rear doors
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how often do these door modules **** the bed,wouldnt all the power locks and windows be inop.
do they have to be programmed to the car
sorry for all the questions.
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