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The first thing to do would be to hook up a factory or professional type scan tool an check for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's . This vehicle has very complex electronic's. Serial data communication network,class2 data bus . There are electronic modules inside the door's that control the lock's ,power window's , power mirror's . Your best bet ,take it to a qualified repair shop . Not a fuse problem , driver an passenger door module each have thier own power supply. Two circuit breakers ,PWR/WDO circuit breaker 30 amp. You could check DRVMDL 10amp fuse ,located in the rear fuse box , PASSMDL 10amp fuse rear fuse box , RRDR/MDL 10 amp fuse rear fuse box . Rear fuse box is under the back seat . None of the window's , lock's etc.. work from any door switch ?
Check your manual for fascia fuse box locations
Three fuse boxes are located
In one sunroof fuse number 30/20amp
In box three,elec windows circuit breaker fuses,
number 3/30amp front windows
number 4/30amp rear windows
Check your fuses first. Then check for power at the switches, and power from the switches to the respective solenoid and motor. Most likely it's fuses. Also check where the wiring runs through the door into the car for bare spots in the wiring that might have blown the fuses.
Wiring relays and connections – all modelsRelays (typical)
1 Vacant 2 Intake manifold preheating relay (carburettor models) or fuel pump relay (injection models) 3 Seat belt warning system relay 4 Gearshift indicator control unit 5 Air conditioner relay 6 Dual tone horn relay 7 Relay for foglights and rear foglight 8 Relief relay for X contact 10 Intermittent wash/wipe relay 11 Rear window wiper relay 12 Turn signal flasher or trailer towing warning relay 13 Seat belt warning system (interlock) or rear window, driving lights and oil pressure warning relay 14 Window lift or seat belt warning system relay 15 Headlight washer relay 16 Control unit for idling speed increase 17 Fuse for rear foglight 18 Control unit for coolant shortage indicator 19 Thermo fuse for window lifters 20 Switch unit for heated driver’s seat 21 Switch unit for heated passenger’s seat 22 Switch unit for overrun cut-off 23 Vacant 24 Vacant Relays are symbolised as a number in a black box Not all relays are fitted to all models Connections A Multi-pin connector (blue) for dash panel loom B Multi-pin connector (red) for dash panel loom C Multi-pin connector (yellow) for engine compartment loom left D Multi-pin connector (white) for engine compartment loom right E Multi-pin connector (black) for rear wiring loom G Single connector H Multi-pin connector (brown) for air conditioner or wiring loom K Multi-pin connector (transparent) for seat belt warning system loom L Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (carburettor models) or multi-pin connector (grey) for dual tone horn (injection models) M Multi-pin connector (black) for lighting switch terminal 56 and dip and flasher switch terminal 56b (injection models) N Single connector for separate fuse (manifold heater element) P Single connector (terminal 30) R Not in use Fuse colours Blue 5A Green 30A Red 10A Yellow 20A