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Old 01-03-2020, 05:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Power Windows / Locks / Mirrors don’t work

My Power Windows / Locks / Mirrors don’t work on my drivers side of my 2007 Chevy Silverado 3500 access cab. The key fob stopped working a while ago, then the doors would only lock and the windows would only work if the doors are shut. Now nothing works on the drivers side. Passenger side works fine. And today for a while it was saying my door was ajar on the dash for a while then that also went away. I’m thinking it’s the actual control, but I want to check in here first. I don’t think it’s a fuse just because of the way it slowly stopped working. I have filled this thing with snow many times and wouldn’t be surprised if I shorted something out! Thanks in advance!!

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I've had wire fatigue failure at the hinge area on all my '05 and '06 trucks.

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What’s the easiest way to investigate that?
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The switch block on my truck has been going bad - the driver side mirror is still working, but the passenger side only extends (power tow mirrors); it would start failing every so often, but some fiddling around would usually return functionality... but finally, it just stopped working. The switch will lock doors, but finally it won't unlock doors.

I bought a new switch block from Rock Auto; I'm waiting for a warm day to install it. I'm convinced it will fix my problem; no idea if your truck would be the same. Good luck.
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