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Unread 06-02-2005, 06:12 PM   #1
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Power Window? (READ FAQS)

I have a 97 GC Limited all the windows don't work. I pulled off my drivers door panel and pass door panel. I have power on the tan wire at both switches. And I have ground on the black wire at both switches. I tried swapping door switches and BCM but no good. I can manually power up and down the drivers side windows at the switch harness and manually do the pass. side from the pass. switch harness. I checked to make sure the circuit breaker was good. Anybody have any suggestions. Is there another ground that I am missing or is the only ground in the door harness the one that goes to the window switch. Please Help ASAP (its getting hot around here).

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