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Test the MASTER switch at the drivers side. It seems to be a "wiring problem with the Master switch. The master switch is the switch that controls ALL the cars windows.
The passenger window switch gets both power and ground from the master switch. You have replaced the passenger side switch and it still had the same result and if the wiring is good from the master switch to the passenger side switch, then the only thing left would be the power window master switch. Check all wiring of the Master switch. That's the only thing that's left to do.
The alternator should be top left, not top right. Top right would be for the A/C pump. Belts go like this. Innermost crank pully to power steering. Next pully out on crank goes over the fan and the alternator. Get a throttle cable bracket for a 1982 Camero. That year the engine was carburated. You can also use parts from a Firebird but not a TransAm in those years.
If windows are electric, check switch and replace if needed. Check window motors wiring connections. If motors are bas, replace as needed. If manual, window could be off track or cranking mechanism may be broken. Replace as needed. If light fuses are good, replace bulbs to the lights.