Thanks for your quick replyIt's almost always the module. They love to burn up internally and not blow a fuse. You might recover it by prying it out, disassembling it, and drying it with a hair dryer or in the sun. Rumor is that so many of them continue to die that they're on national backorder with GM, and junkyards are jacking up the prices since they know they have a scarce commodity.
great thanks chris! now,where is it located and how do i get it out?...i don't have to pull the door panel off do i? i hope not...lov2xlr8 and hdbassman2000: Have either of you swapped the driver's side DDM
with the passenger's side (assuming that your passenger's side unit is
working)? If your drivers unit works in the passenger's door, then it's *not* the DDM.
This would be further supported if your working passenger side unit decides to
*not* work in the driver's door.
The most likely culprit in that case is a bad wire either going through the
door frame or possibly a flaky ground.
Start there, as it's the easiest thing to verify (cheapest, too), and we can
try to work from there.