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Two problems: One is that the two automatic windows on the driver's side (front and back) no longer go up or down. Second problem: Can only unlock the door from the passenger side. What would be the cost estimate to repair the two windows/motors, and the cost to fix the driver's door lock so I can lock/unlock the car from that door?

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Power Window System
Features and Operation
NOTE: The accessory delay feature will allow power window operation up to 10 minutes after the ignition is off or until a door is opened.
If equipped with power windows, the window control switch (14529):
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  • includes a one-touch down (OTD) feature for the driver door window.
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  • will completely lower the driver side window when the LF window control switch is fully depressed and then released (second detent).
Power Window System — Modes of Operation
There are two modes of operation for the power window system.
Manual Mode
When the LH window control switch is pressed to the first down position, the window will move down until one of the following conditions are met:
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Auto Mode
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  • Circuitry.
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