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Old 06-11-2006, 08:05 PM
 
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Default 2003- loss of power to right door

I have lost power to my right door power window/lock/sideview mirror. It won't work from the driver or passenger controls. I have checked the center instrument panel fuse block's 25A CB RT DOOR fuse and is works fine. I stuck the door light bulb in another door and it works fine. I followed the wiring under the dash by the glove box and disconnected/connected all the wiring harnesses. I couldn't find any other fuse that looked like it applied the right door. Anyone out there ever run into this and fixed it? Thanks, Mike
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Old 06-12-2006, 01:16 AM
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Default RE: 2003- loss of power to right door

well dude, . check the PDM fuse in the fuse block on the side between the driver door and dash, there's only one wire going to the right door module and it's orange. if the fuse is fine, well even if it's not fine you most likely have a short in the wire somewhere, most likely in the boot where the wire goes from the chassis to the door. I would also check the crm "cream" plug in the relay block which is on the pass side of dash "between the door and dash" . pull the connector out and check the pins make sure that they are not open.. oh yeah one last thing, if the fuse is fine, pull it out for like a minute and then put it back in, and see if maybe the module was sleeping. .SERIOUSLY.. alright, let me know how you make out.

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Old 06-13-2006, 02:56 AM
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Default RE: 2003- loss of power to right door

I had this problem on a Dodge minivan. Turned out to be a broken wire in the harness near the door hinge where it flexes.
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