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Have checked wiring inside doorpanel and kick panel; no breaks found. Replaced pink fuse link. It was bad. No other fuses were bad. I now have power to door locks on passenger side, but not driver's side. No power windows are working on any door switches. Do I need master control switch in driver's door?

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Sounds like it, pesky master switch can cause all types of problems if bad

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