Question about Oldsmobile Bravada
The body control module does not have anything to do with the windows.Depending on the year of your vehicle there is a drivers door module for the drivers and passengers side.What you should do is see if you are getting power to those switches that don`t work.Do they roll down with the drivers switch?If you post back make sure and include the year of your vehicle and I can look at the schematic for your windows.Good luck.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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The door control module actually consists of the door's Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and the switches or buttons integrated into one assembly. There are two of them: the driver door module or DDM (as seen on the sample diagram below) and the passenger door module or PDM, which is on the right front door. These modules are programmable.
They are also called driver door switch (DDS) and passenger door switch (PDS), so perhaps you can rephrase your search.
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