Not sure about a body control module, there is a pcm under the hood on the pass. side that controls most everything on these, however i would check your fuses for the seat, on the 00 models the headlights do stay on all the time while driving due to daytime running lights but if they stay on after you take the key out then id check the headlight switch or sensor on the pass side dash.
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Hi Artunique, The body control module controlls windows doors mirrors, and maybe seats. It will control the preset settings for seats and sun roof and anything on the body which is electronically controlled. Regards John
Check fuse #10 in the rear fuse panel. If fuse OK, try switching passenger side control module into driver's side. Also check for broken wires in wiring harness that goes between body and driver's door.
The body control module does not have anything to do with the windows.Depending on the year of your vehicle there is a drivers door module for the drivers and passengers side.What you should do is see if you are getting power to those switches that don`t work.Do they roll down with the drivers switch?If you post back make sure and include the year of your vehicle and I can look at the schematic for your windows.Good luck.
If all power devices stopped at the same time you may have a bad fuse link. Since it is rare for all the fuses blowing at once and you already checked them. Start at your fuse links before assuming something expensive.