This vehicle has 100,000 miles on it and runs great. All of the sudden we went to go out this morning and the power windows and locks (mirror functions fine) on the drivers side only has no power. I can see no power because when I hit the button to lock the windows the light does not come on.
I looked through the fuses but nothing seems to fit that. Is there another fuse or link or something that would only effect this?
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Sounds like the pump. Here is a way to test it. Take a pair of pliers and pinch off the return line to the pump when the engine is running. (only do this for about 5 sec.) If the pump is running, it will whine and howl when you do this. If it doesn't make any noise when you pinch the line, the pump is bad.
I have the same model. Congrats you made it over a 100,000 miles! Most of them failed after as little as 20,000 or around 78,000 miles becaue there was a design flaw in that the timing chain did not get any oil to it. I had the 78,000 mile engine. Mine failed while driving at 65 miles an hour on the expressway. Pretty much wrecked the engine. The problem with putting in a used engine is that no other type of engine will fit in this car and you can count on engine failure again at 20,000; 78,000 or from what you tell me after 100,000 miles. You would be better off investing in a down payment for a Toyota made here in America that gets over 50 miles to the gallon. I used to be an oldsmobile man and then reluctantly switched to Saturn but am fed up with GM completely now and all american car manufactures.
The only thing that I found wrong with my Trailblazer was the the fuel level sensor, which went bad at about 12000 miles. It was covered under warranty. Other than that I would say that anyone else would possibly complain about the fan noise, but I believe it is normal.