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The p/w ,pdl and p/mirrors dont operate on drivers side door panel 99 corvette what can the problem be?

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Check fuses most cars with pwd/locs/pwr /mirros have seperate fuses for left and rright side also look inside engine for fuse box containing relays,might be needing if u find them swith right to left to dee if it workks all then if it does replace both relays for both sides!!!

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