Question about 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe
One day my passenger side window won't work, the lock on that side won't work, the side mirror won't adjust and the keyless entry (entirely) won't work. Is it a fuse? If so, which should I replace?
Generally fuses control an entire system, in this case it sounds as if you have a wiring problem such as a plug has come undone that wires the door equipment. Check the wiring that goes to the door, follow it to your problem.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
If it isn't the fuses which there are none just for that door or the relays or wires unplugged at the door. A dealer will find it and reset or replace the Passenger Door Module. This replacement just cost me $334 for the part and $195 for the part for a final total of $597.10. It is not something you can fix past the usual fuses.
Posted on Sep 06, 2012
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