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Re: No electric windows, mirrors, or door locks
Look in the Engine bay fuse box at Fuse #12 this should be for the power windows.
If this checks out OK, it could be a fault with a bad ground wire in driver's side door harness.
You should be able to pry the runbber boot from the drivers door, and check the larger Black wire that goes through it. These have been known to break after a few years use. If it is the cable, cut neatly, strip the ends anu use a crimp splice.
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Wing mirrors have a certain range of electrical adjustment. Manual adjustment by pushing with fingers can make electrical adjustment inoperative. The solution is to make finger adjustment to get back to the electrical range.
Had the same issue, both doors controls stopped working at the same time making the power windows, power mirrors, and power door locks all stop working. However, when the engine was off the door lock would work. It could be many things, but the fact that they all quit working at the same time suggested it wasn't an individual motor. I pulled the door main control panel and with a wiring diagram checked the continuity of each switch through the electrical plug out back. You can get the diagram off kiatechinfo.com
The main door control turned out to be good (expensive part). It wasn't getting power to the control, which meant it was either a broken power wire or a bad ground interrupting the circuit. The easiest to test was the ground. I ran a small wire from the negative battery and put it in the main ground wire on the back of "main door control panel". Worked perfectly on both doors. Apparently the ground for the door accessories are somewhere on the floor board, they corroded from a leaking sunroof. Never could find the bad ground so i just ran a new ground wire to it from the engine (drill a screw into body and attach wire)
First, check all fuses to make sure that none are blown.
If the door lock switch works on the passenger side, then the drivers side door lock switch is probably faulty. Use a multi-meter to test the Drivers Side Door Lock Switch (Black and Pink/Light Green wires unlock the vehicle, and the Black and Pink/Yellow wires lock the vehicle) If the switch is tested and found to be operating properly, you may have a faulty Body Security Module or Drivers Side Door Lock Actuator.
If neither of your Power Mirrors are working, you probably have a faulty Exterior Rear View Mirror Switch, Power Mirror Module, or blown Central Junction Box Fuse.
If none of your Power Windows are working, you probably have a faulty Accessory Delay Relay or a blown fuse in your Central Junction Box or a faulty Master Window Adjust Switch (all of the Power Window Switches feed through this Master Window Switch). If the Power Windows didn't stop working at the same time, you may have faulty Window Adjust Switches, or faulty Power Window Motors, this is very unlikely though. It would also be a good idea to inspect the wiring for any obvious damage.
I had a similar problem with the electric mirror switch. I removed the two screws in the door hand hole and remove the plastic part containing the switches for the windows, mirrors, and door locks. Turn the piece over and remove the connecting electrical plugs. Find the electric windows part and remove the four brass screws. Next use a small screwdriver to remove the switch. Look for small screws in the switch and remove them remove the bottom of the switch and see if the contacts are clean (these can be cleaned with alcohol) then replace everything in the reverse order. This worked for me with the electric mirrors switch. Cost nothing except time.