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Replaced door module...replaced circuit panel under the back seat..replaced door window switches...getting power to everything...driver window works and i can't get anything else to work...just wondering if you would happen to know or point me in a direction to go...getting power to everything hopefully you can help.

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  • Anonymous Sep 27, 2008

    drivers door locks and window works but nothing else works

  • becca_35 Sep 27, 2008

    all window's work except for the driver's window, and the passenger door won't lock.

  • jada fan Jan 20, 2009

    similar problem this one seat and heat control works only when the key is out when you put the key back the run position the seat control swicthes stops working along with the lumber and the heat only the drivers side the passenger works fine all the time.

  • andre560 Apr 27, 2009

    Every thing on left front door works. Nothing works on the three other doors

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I had the same problem and it was the black ground wire in the drivers door (window Switch) I cut the wire from the actual switch box and ran a seperate ground to a bolt in the door... I drove my aurora for two years like that and then it was something this simple maybe it will work for ya... check the ground wire (blackone)

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Check the fuses... did you unhook the battery while you replaced the items... some people do forget that part.

failing that recheck that everything is hooked up correctly.

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