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First thing I look for is make sure child lockout button is NOT depressed. (I see that A LOT)
After that, there are two things to look for.
1. No power.
Could be a blown fuse, a bad switch. If you've tried both and the child lock is not the problem, I would put the switch at a lower probability. maybe a broken wire - usually around the door to pillar boot.
2. bad window motor.
There are easy ways to test this, but all involve removing the inner door panel.
after the panel is off, use a test light, unplug the window motor, put the test light in each of the connections and try your window switches. if you get power, then it is most likely the motor.
If you do NOT get power, then you are chasing a fuse, a bad switch, or a broken wire some where.
Most common speakers will interchange as long as the diameter and depth as well as the wattage and oms are the same as the factory speakers.There is no need to buy overpriced equipment for a factory car system. It"s overkill.
It sounds to me like your security system is failing. I have had this happen before .. Its really common in the gm cars.. check this out..read it over this is what I did to fix mine and its been 5 years and I haven't had any issue since.. they guarantee it also.. hope this helps Do It Yourself GM Security bypass
For some odd reason Chevy sometimes has there stereos connected to the security system. Check the fuse to make sure it didn't blow. You probably have vats security which is the worst thing ever made. I had that on my 02 firebird and had nothing but vats issues constantly.
you will need two people for this. While one person sits in back of the car, have another person with a garden hose, spray water around the rear windows and where ever you see any kind of seal in the back. also try and spray water up from the bottom of the car to make sure that you do not have any leaks from the bottom.
Do you have rear A/C? If so, your rear evaporator core drain might be stopped up. It is a rubber boot that goes through the floor to drain condensation that accumulates on the evaporator core. Bugs and dirt tend to cause a problem with the drains.
There are mini light bulbs in the controls and the armrests that must be replaced when blown and also if the windows aren't responding to the switch ....there are a few solutions for this fix: 1.Replace the window master control on the door 2. Replacement of the window motor