Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
2000 Chevy Blazer Power windows work from drivers side but won't workfrom indivisual switch
Are you sure the side window lockout switch located on the drivers master switch isn't on? This will kill power to the other three switches.
If your sure its not on than the I would pull the left rear window switch. There will be two dark blue wires one of them should have power all the time. If neither have power than I would pull the drivers master switch and see if there is power at the dark green wires (one will only have power with the left rear window switch in the up position.
If those are good than check the dark blue wires. one will only have power with the drivers front window switch in the up position. the other should have power all the time. If there is power there than you have a broken wire somewhere. The first place I would look is in the rubber boot in between the drivers door and the body of the vehicle.
If there is no power that the switch is bad.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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