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Old 05-20-2015, 08:55 PM   #1
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My 2002 Pontiac Bonneville rear windows and locks don't work. I fixed the wire under the seat and I replaced the left rear door module and the master driver door switch also I'm getting power and ground to the rear door module but they still won't work help please and thank you
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Which switch are you using to lock the rear door? The driver master or the rear door?
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The switches won't work the rear doors I have to manually lock and unlock them
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If you are using the left front door to control the windows and they don't respond, but if the rear door switch works, then its the master module in the drivers door. Or a broken link between the left front door and the other doors.
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The rear door switches don't work. But there is power and ground going to the rear door module and I replaced the rear door module
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Also the front doors will lock and unlock with the key pod
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There are multiple locations to have to fix under the carpet, I think you may have found and cleaned one location, but you have another location with corrosion under the drivers seat carpet. Pull the seat out again, you may have to cut some of the carpet to do proper inspection. Take your time, I think you will find the corrosion in a second junction point under the carpet.

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https://www.gmforum.com/2000-2005-90...-water-301873/
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Thanks gun I will check it again but I am getting power and ground to the rear door module'* there is two sets of wires going to the rear door module and both sets are getting power and ground
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