Power windows may not work due to faulty body control module on Pontiac Aztek

The Body Control Module may fail causing the power windows to stop working and other various electrical system faults.

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Average mileage: 117,000 (60,000–150,000)
5 model years affected: 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, more2005
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2001 Pontiac Aztek 140,000 mi,
BCM (Body Control Module) failed, causing ALL interior and exterior lights to turn on and off at random....also caused intermitant failure of power windows, power doorlocks, radio, rear hatch realease, gauges.
Windows don't work when the car runs for 45 minutes. So I'm trying to find out where the windows relay is located.
2001 Pontiac Aztek 140,000 mi,
tail gate would not function . fix remove fuse # 28 under hood fuse box for 5 seconds and reinsert this a short term fix air conditioner pump not engaging no power to relay . fix remove fuse # 28 bcm pump engaged air worked also a short term fix I'm going to replace or reprogram bcm as problems resurface after car sits in sun on hot days.
2002 Pontiac Aztek 60,000 mi,
Many electrical problems from locks clicking on and off by themselves to back hatch not working and windows not working. Had to replace the module.
2003 Pontiac Aztek 112,000 mi,
Same issue, all the power windows and sun roof stopped working at once.
front windows at 180,00 mile and both back windows at 196,000
Car died while parked outside while I was at work, replaced the battery then it started working fine, next day i realized windsheild wipers, power windows, and the a/c don't work. We've had random problems with this car since we got it, we've had it less than a year and already put a lot of money into its surprises. Don't have the money to replace the bcm. Just pissed at this dam car