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Positive wire on the battery came off while i was driving now my windows are not working could it be the fuse?

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Yes. it could be a fuse.

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Diagnosing rear windows not working on a 02 Bonneville


Power Windows Operation
The vehicle is equipped with power windows controlled by the door modules. Each passenger door power window can be operated, either from a switch built into the driver door switch assembly (DDSA), or from a switch mounted locally on its associated door. The driver door power window can only be operated from the driver door window switch built into the driver door switch assembly (DDSA).
When the driver door module (DDM) receives a window switch request from the DDSA, the DDM checks the Class 2 serial data to see if the status information is correct (i.e. ignition switch position) to permit window operation to occur. If the status information is correct, the DDM, either supplies power and ground to its associated window motor, or, if the request is for one of the passenger windows, sends a command via the power door serial data circuit to the passenger door module (PDM, LRDM, or RRDM) controlling the window. The passenger door module (PDM, LRDM, or RRDM) controlling the window then supplies power and ground to its associated window motor to move the window as requested.
When one of the local window switches mounted on one of the passenger doors is operated, the associated door module examines the request and checks to see if there are any messages from the DDM prohibiting the movement. If conditions are correct, and no prohibitive messages have been received from the DDM, the associated door module then supplies power and ground to its associated window motor to move the window as requested.

Do you know about computer controlled windows and door lock systems ?

Each door module has its own battery positive voltage supply circuit to use for power window operation, but they are all fed by the same 30 amp power window circuit breaker located in the rear fuse block. Each door module also has a seperate ground circuit to use for power window operation. These circuits are in the same dedicated connector as the window motor control circuits of each door module and are used exclusively for window motor operation.
Each door module also has a battery positive voltage circuit and a ground circuit that are used to power up the module ,as well as, to control mirror and door lock functions. Battery positive voltage to the DDM is supplied through the DRVMDL 10 amp fuse located in the rear fuse block. Battery positive voltage to the PDM is supplied by the PASS MDL 10 amp fuse located in the rear fuse block. Battery positive voltage to both the LRDM and RRDM is supplied by the RRDR MDL fuse located in the rear fuse block. Ground for the DDM is provided through a ground circuit to G200. Ground for the PDM is provided through a ground circuit to G201. Ground for the LRDM is provided through a ground circuit to G302. Ground for the RRDM is provided through a ground circuit to G301.
Window Motors
Each door module supplies battery positive voltage and ground, through the window motor control circuits, to its associated window motor. The window motors are reversible. The direction the window moves depends on which motor control circuit the battery positive voltage is applied to, and which motor control circuit the ground is applied to.To move the window in the Up direction, the module applies battery positive voltage to the window motor Up control circuit, and ground to the window motor Down control circuit. When a window movement in the opposite direction is needed, the module reverses the polarity and supplies power and ground to the opposite circuits to move the window in the reverse direction.

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Power steering rear window defroster and guages not working Vehicle not used for 2 months, extremly cold battery went dead. atached battery charger and started vehicle after a couple of hours but with...


i just looked up all this circuits to see if they have any thing in common, and the only thing they have in common is the battery, but you may have blown a few fuses, the power steering has an electric assist there is a in line fuse (ESP fuse 80amp ) under the hood next to the battery also there is a rear defrost fuse in the under hood fuse box but i think i would check all the wires going to the battery positive post i think one of the smaller wires may have broken off the positive battery cable end this were the under hood fuse box get power from and all this circuits start at this box, so that is were you should start your search.

let me know if there is any thing else i can do for you.

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if you have replaced the starter and the battery is fine the only other thing it might be is the alternator and the drive belt

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Had a blown relay,
I unhooked the positive battery terminal, with a phillips screw driver took the fuse block under the dash loose. Checked the relays with an ohm meter, replaced the bad one. presto it works.

thats all folks.. pardon the humor
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could be a fuse link. when you replaced the battery, did you put back all the wires ? fuse links are connected directly to the battery positive terminal.

check also the ignition switch, sounds like an accessory contact problem.

tnx 4 using fixya,


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check if the fan works first,simple run a wire from the battery post positive to the positve wire on the fan if it starts then it works,next step clip the wires on the fan and conect the ground on good metal and the positive on ur fuse box,but not on any fuse,only on the fuse that turns on with the ignition,.

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