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Window &lock electric window &lock in the back. drivers side does not work

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The switch plug(s) are either unplugged behind the door panel, or there is a broken/pinched wire in the covered bundle that winds into door from B-pillar (in space where hinge lives, viewed with door open.) If all other doors are working, you are unplugged or have a wire fault since these are two seperate switches. window and lock.

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