Question about 1998 Chevrolet Astro
Most possible as you have confirmed the status of the actuator to be working and that there is no +12 volt to the window unit ,is a BREAK or OPEN wire int he harness to the door.
This could have snapped at the hinges or there is damage to the harness. A good visual check on this to back trace must get you to the problem.
To confirm that there is a break you can find out the + 12 to the independent circuit on the door. Make sure that an external link with the +12 will get the door lock to work.
This will confirm our theory of an open connection.
Tip: you can remove the other door to get the circuit voltage details , make a detailed marking and compare.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
Between the door and the door hinged pillar you will see the rubber conduit the wires go through from the body to the door. The wires inside that part will tend to break causing this problem
check that out and splice the wire(s) to repair
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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