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Check the main fuse box next to the battery, # 8 max fuse powers IGN MAIN 2 Ignition
Switch to Fuses (I/P): BCM PRGRM, FRT HVAC LOW/MED BLWR, FRT WPR/WSHR,
HVAC/DRL, MALL/RADIO/DIC, PWR QRT VENT, RR HVAC, RR WPR/WSHR, SWC ACCY
& PWR WDO Circuit Breaker.
#3 circuit breaker is the front window breaker, try swapping it out with another breaker beside it and thats located in the side dash panel also.
The common cause of failed power window function is the switch on the doors going bad from dirt. Does the power window on the passenger side go down with the passenger side switch?? if it does then its a bad drivers side and and try cleaning the switch with electrical contact cleaner. 95% of the time this will save you from buying a new switch.
On our 2001 Chevrolet Venture (same vehicle under the sheet metal), both the front and rear 12v outlets are controlled by the same fuse, which is in the fuse box located next to the passenger front door. If one of these outlets blows the fuse (a portable ball/tire inflator will do the trick with us), all of them will shut down.
I have also had the 12v outlets stop working, even when the fuse was good. I discovered that I had a bad connection at the fuse box; wiggling the fuse box assembly itself would cause the outlets to flicker on and off. Detaching and re-attaching the modular cable that connects the fuse block seems to have corrected that problem for the most part. However, sometimes, our 12v outlet will still flicker, even though power remains constant to everything else in the vehicle.
check for a blown fuse in the fuse center on passenger side end of dash. open passenger door and you should see a cover marked fuses and there should be sticker on the back of the cover telling you what fuse to check or check your owners manual.
Most likely is a fuse. There is a fuse box at the end of the right side of the dash. Open front passenger door and there is a cover that says fuses on the end of dash. There is also a fuse box located under the hood at the right front of engine compartment. It should have a cover with a round knob in the middle of it .Unscrew the knob to remove cover.
I would check directly behind the outlet first, it sounds like the movement over the years may have caused the pos, and neg wires to un sheath, and touch. Then, if possible, trace back from there to power source, shouldn't be too awful to locate. Hope all goes well.