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Similar electrical issues with driver's side door controls. Power locks, power window, and power mirror on driver's side are not functioning. I can manually unlock the door, but the buttons on driver's and passenger's door as well as the remote/key unlock the three other doors, but not the driver's door. all window control's on driver's door work as well, except for driver's window. Mirror controls for passenger side mirror work, but not for driver's side.

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CHECK FUSES FOR POWER WINDOW,CHECK FUSE FOR POWER MIRROR AND CHECK FUSE FOR POWER DOOR LOCK.IF FUSE OKAY DOOR CONTROL MODULE FAULTY ITSELF.

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