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The power lock problem is definately the electric lock actuator in the door. Replace it. The power window problem could be the switch or the motor. Put a test light on the motor connections. Operate the power window switch up and down. If the light works both directions, then replace the motor. If the light only lights one direction, then replace the switch... and you still might have to replace the motor afterward so do not think that replacing the switch is absolute. They sometimes fail together.
Replace the drivers door window/lock control unit in the door.
I had the same exact issue and it is not a connection issue. I
never left the window open in the rain but the control unit did have some rust on it.