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2001 grand am gt windows not working

For some reason the passenger side stopped working. Now a week later the driver side wont work, it doesnt even budge..any ideas what to do, or how to fix?

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Pull the door panels off and remove the plastic sound deadenning liner from the door. find the window motor and unplug the wire harness. check the voltage by ressing down as to open the window(you can do up too, same thing), and see if you get 12volts when you press the button. if so your motors are burned. if not you have power issues and need to check your fuses. start off with the fuses first.

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