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I have an electrical problem. My fuses are all good but I lost power to my windows, doorlocks, seats, and my fuel pump. Now my car won't start. Can you help me please? Thank you. 96 Pontiac Bonneville

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  • Mike Toal
    Mike Toal Aug 12, 2008

    power door locks ,power windows , and fuel pump lost power

  • crockett0407 Aug 13, 2008

    same problem w/ 1998 Bonneville. Drove 1/4 mile, the car quit. power locks & power windows are not working and there doesn't seem to be any fuel getting to the engine. Is there a relay switch not working? do you know where i can get a wiring shematic on line (free of charge if possible)

  • Anonymous Aug 14, 2008

    same problem exactly help

  • Anonymous Aug 21, 2008

    my 94 bonneville does the same thing, power windows, door locks, and fuel pump shut down. i can let it sit a few minutes, then it starts and everything works for a few minutes and shuts down again.

  • Cesaroy Nov 12, 2008

    All fuses are ok,but my power windows are not working.the radio is not working.That's all.

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    I HAVE A 02 BONNEVILLE, I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE ELECTRICAL THINGS WORKING ONE MINUTE AND THEN NOT THE NEXT. THINGS LIKE THE POWER WINDOWS, THE SUN ROOF, THE FOG LIGHTS, THE INTERIOR LIGHTS AND THE HEATED SEATS.

  • grasshopperl May 14, 2009

    Same problem in a chevy silverado,doorlocks,windows, fuel pump, fuses are all good.Do you think it is a short in the ground wires to the body or chassis somewhere?

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Be very thorough with the grounds it took me a long time to figure it out but i did. Check all the grounds to motor chassis,and body. Use a multimeter if your capable

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My horn do nt work

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SAME PROBLEM 1996 BONNIVILLE windows/fuelpump dont work

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SOURCE: I have an electrical problem.

well the window and seat problem is probably a broken wire in the harness between the door and body open rubber boot and inspect and repair
the fuel i would start by checking for power at connector back by fuel tank you should have power with key on for about 10 seconds then turn key off and wait for a few seconds and try if you have power it is probably the fuel pump

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the fuel i would start by checking for power at connector back by fuel tank you should have power with key on for about 10 seconds then turn key off and wait for a few seconds and try if you have power it is probably the fuel pump

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