Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
I assume the fuses have been verified to be OK. As long as they are, it seems that either the window regulators in those doors have failed, or there is a break in the wiring between the doors. The most likely problem after fuses though is that the driver's door switches themselves have failed. Power is routed through the driver's door before being distributed to the other doors. If the driver's door switch module has died, then the other switches for those windows won't work either. A replacement driver's switch pod is easy to swap and runs around $10 at a salvage yard - I'd try that after verifying that the fusing is all OK.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
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