Question about 1997 Pontiac Bonneville
Check the wiring comoing into the drivers door, where the door hinges are in the middle theres a rubber boot that contains the wiring for the door, this wiring breaks sometimes msking a connection and other times not, i would start there pull boot back and look at all the wires, hope this helps.
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