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Power locks, mirrors and window problems

Today in the rain, the locks, mirrors and windows quit working on my 2000 Pontiac Bonneville. What could the problem be?

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This is a typical GM problem, most likely are broken wires on the driver's side door. Every time the door is opened and closed, the wires running from the door to the car body flex. Over time these wires break and cause loss of use for power options like you have. It could just be coincidental that they broke in a rain.
There could be other electrical problems such as relays that have become wet and failed or a wide variety of other solutions. Electrical problems never have only one answer

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