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Old 12-16-2012, 10:03 AM   #1
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i have a 2001 or 2002 bonneville the front two windows quit working. Do i need to get two new motors for them ? can't find any fuses for them no where on the car. plus the radio works then it doesn't.
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Because the front drive window failed, we will speculate the window actuators have failed. If it was a combination of other windows, you would first look if the Bonny had water sitting in the interior where the window wiring harness runs for the passenger windows.

You can purchase replacement window regulators on Ebay for around $50 each, many of us have done this with success.

Tell us more when the radio fails so we can have a starting point for troubleshooting suggestions.
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diagram says right underhood fuse block 30a circuit breaker labeled pwr wdo, rdo fuse is under rear seat.

but like he said you would have all of them fail
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that circuit breaker up front powers the retained acc power relay in the rear which powers both the windows and radio(radio has two power sources rap and always on). rdo/ph is that fuse in the back
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