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No power to Power windows and locks

Changed controler and now I have no Power to windows locks and heated seats on the driver door only

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  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    can replace master control switch on drivers side door with passenger side switch and window and door locks operate, but put another master switch in and they won't

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Did you check relays and fuses under the hood . check on the lid of the box that contains the fuses and relays to see if your power windows and locks are on that lid for directions to the relay. then try switching one of the other relays with same number to see if this makes them work

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