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Re: 1993 Chevrolet C1500 2 door
Try an auto zone store and give them the make model year of car and they can possibly print a diagram for you if not then I recommend you get yourself a "Haynes" repair manual for your car and in most cases if this is not in the book what you are looking for go to a dealer print out a diagram
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Most probable cause , ,,, when you open & close the door, the wires in the rubber boot (accordian like) harness in between the door hinges, get cut and will cause alot if issues, without burning a fuse !
well, the first thing is to check the fuses and or relay for power windows.should be listed in your owners manual. if ok, then remove switch from drivers side window and check for power. if power to the switch then use a jumper wire from power side to motor side of switch. if window works then its the switch causing the problem. Good-day!
There could be a lock controller somewhere that is not working. I don't have a wiring diagram for your truck.
Generally, the power window motors are grounded thru the doors, or the switches provide ground. In your case the motors are probably grounded thru the doors. The master switch "overrides" the door switch so you have extra wires that do the same thing. The E wire probably gives the door switch power and the A and C are up and down. The B and D are override circuits from the master that bypass the door switch. Sometimes the motor is grounded thru the switch then thru the door.
First check would be for blown fuses. Next i would check for a good power and ground at the drivers door switch. If you find a bad power or ground at the switch, trace it back and look for a broken wire. Most likely place to find the wire would be in the drivers door jam. If your power and ground check out ok, and the switch isn't providing power to the window motor and door locks when pressed, then the switch is bad.
When you say no power, do you have electric windows, door locks ect. ?
You may have a short on the harness, only way to find out is to get to the positve side of a wire that controls a device on that side,, and check voltage with a volt meter.
The Master Switch may be bad. Thats the first thing to verify good or bad. It may be a big deal to find a wiring diagram and then verify where voltage is lost. All of the window power goes to the Master Switch,(through the lock out switch) then on to each window. Except for the right front window. The diagram is confusing, it does not appear that the lockout switch turns off the RF passenger window.