Driver Power window / all power door locks stopped working on 2005 GMC Canyon

For no apparent reason, my drivers side power window and all my power door locks stopped working. All fuses are good, switches show continuity. I can operate all the other power windows (4 Dr.) from the drivers console. Any ideas?

by in Bethlehem, PA on February 03, 2010
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ANSWER by on March 04, 2010
my canyon is doing the same thing! not sure what it is though
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COMMENT by on March 19, 2012
if you disconnect your battery and the windows work that is great. also check the recall for the switch that operates the brakes. Somehow the wiring affects the windows if memory serves.
ANSWER by on March 08, 2010
The exact same problem with my Canyon - for the THIRD time. First two times my window was in the up position. After a week or two, it started working again by itself. This time my window is rolled down. I don't know what the problem is either.
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ANSWER by on March 17, 2010
2005 canyon- my door looks and windows are also part time workers. I have 52,000 on my truck and sometimes it fixs its self and they work perfect. other times not so much.
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COMMENT by on September 29, 2010
mine did the same dealer pulled out the master control switches on drivers door and dried it out brake cleans and air gun condensation is the problem they said if it keeps doing it i will have to replace the control panel assembly about 300 bucks 10 min to change
ANSWER by on November 30, 2010
I have found through much research that this is a very common problem. My brothers 2006 Canyon pickup that I was borrowing had the problem of the drivers side door window and lock not working. We brought the truck into the mechanic up the street. He removed the interior door panel to find a loose connection. Resecured wires from motor to switch; door window works again. Cost: $26 labor
ANSWER by on December 01, 2010
I had the same problem i pulled the drivers master control switch panel out and dried it out with a heat gun on low works fine now gm said if it keeps having this condensation problem i need to replace control panel about 285 bucks dont see how a new one can fix the problem
ANSWER by on December 18, 2010
In cold time, every year since 2004, power doors and power windows does not working since hot temperature comes. Dealer tried to found but never resolved problems. In 2008, I changed battery and everything comes ok. The module is deprogram because of voltage to low from battery. Normaly it's 12.6 volts DC. This winter, same problems. I mesured voltage just before starting motor : 11.2 volts. It was tuff to start. Someting consume current to discharge battery even if trucks not running. Alternator works normally and voltage return to normal when it stop running. Today, I tried to found the source of consuming current. Before doing anything, I mesure 0.8 A. It's like a 8 watt light always on. One to other one, I removed fuses until current drop significaly. Fuse number 32, radio. I don't know what on this fuse with radio. I command all electrical wiring to troobleshoot.
ANSWER by on January 03, 2011
This problem usually fixes itself within a day or so. Mine stopped working for fourdays now. Before taking the door panel off, I did what other sites said and disconect the battery for an hour. For giggles I put a charger on it. Not sure if that did anything, but all works again.
ANSWER by on March 19, 2012
disconnect your battery. wait 30 minutes. re-connect. windows will operate. I did this myself after finding the fix on the net.
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COMMENT by on February 08, 2014
I followed your lead and it worked. 2005 Colorado with 140,000 miles. Prior symptoms: wouldn't turn over after sitting several days in bitter cold ( teens and twenties is cold for Dallas). Wouldn't lock/unlock after start try. Got it to start after I used a charger for only about 10 minutes. Locks, driver window, etc didn't respond. Disconnected battery and reconnected after about 30 min. All ok now.
ANSWER by on July 03, 2014
main switch or elec . promblem
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ANSWER by on December 06, 2014
After ECM failure and subsequent replacement I experienced exactly the same issue on my 06 Canyon. Drivers side window and both door lock switches were inoperative. I unhooked the negative cable on my battery for 30 minutes and cured all my problems.