The driver's electric window door console switch will not control any movement of the driver's and the right rear passenger window. Checked the far right dash/door end fuse compartment. Fuses good. The other two windows operate normally.
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Then you have two possibilities. First, most likely. Wires have broken. Open the drivers door and at the front you will see a rubber boot from the frame to the door. This is where the wires like to break. Second would be the master switch failed. I have replaced one or two(in 30 years) that the switch completely died. Usually just one or two windows quit working.
1. Disconnect battery 2. Disable Supplemental Restraint System (Airbags) 3. Remove traction control switch from rear of center console plate 4. Open console lid and remove screws at front of console 5. Pull console plate up to release clips and slide over shifter 6. Pull rearward to release clips retaining instrument panel accessory trim plate to instrument panel 7. Remove screws attaching radio to instrument panel 8. Disconnect electrical connectors and remove radio 9. Take down instrument panel hush panels and disconnect courtesy lights. Remove hush panels 10. Remove knee bolster and knee bolster bracket from driver's side below steering column 11. Remove screws from IPC trim plate 12. Pull out instrument panel cluster trim plate to release from retainers 13. Remove trip odometer and reset switch from IPC trim plate 14. Remove IPC trim plate 15. Remove screws from IPC and pull IPC out 16. Disconnect electrical connectors from IPC and remove IPC from the instrument panel 17. Disconnect ignition switch connectors 18. Turn ignition switch to the ACC position and remove park lock cable from ignition switch 19. Turn ignition switch to ON position 20. Depress and hold locking tab on right side of ignition switch with a small, flat-bladed screwdriver and pull ignition lock cylinder from ignition switch 21. Remove ignition switch bezel from ignition lock cylinder 22. Remove screws attaching ignition switch to bracket 23. Remove ignition switch through the IPC opening 24. To install, reverse procedure
Check inside the drivers door,where the wires go to the body.
Have so slice a **** in the rubber boot to see the wires.
Often from the drivers door being opened and closed the most,the wires at that point will break,if it's the feed wire none of the windows will work.Kinda tight there but you can repair them with a crimp connector.
I've done this on my 1999 Olds Intrigue for the drivers door. The regulator I had did NOT have cables. It had two flat metal plates and gearing that when the motor turned, the scissors like action raised or lowered the window. I bought a whole unit from Rock Auto online and found instructions online. a little time consuming, but heck it only cost me less than $100 for the unit and my time. about 2 hours. really helps to get 3M blue tape to hold the window while you're removing the old regulator and installing the new one.
If both windows don't work, it may just be a blown fuse.
There is a fusebox on the interior of the passenger side...open the passenger door all the way up, and look at the side of the console panel, between the glovebox and the door. There should be a "finger hole" for you to pull open. It may be VERY hard to get open. Here you will find the smaller fuses. A diagram of the contents are on the inside of both lids.