How is it that my driver side gets power but not my passenger side at all?

Asked Dec 13, 2010
Windows,locks and mirror
That sounds like you have a power cord to the passenger side door either unplugged or damaged. Look down the front edge of the driver side door where the hinges are and see if you can locate a wire bundle running between the frame and the door. There should be one like it on the passenger side.
Answered Dec 14, 2010
Edited Dec 14, 2010
Windows,locks and mirrors
Evrything looks fine there's nothing cut or smashed
I may be wrong but I doubt they would have the two sides on different fuses. If you have a manual with a schematic drawing you can check. It's so unlikely all three would go bad at the same time that the problem has to be between where the wiring is distributed out of the fusebox and inside the door where it splits to the windows locks and mirrors.

See if you can find a junction in the cable on the passenger side and put a voltmeter on it. No voltage means the problem is between the junction box and the fuse. Voltage means the problem is inside the door.

What's the make and model of the vehicle?
Rob Dec 14, 2010

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