if the master switch is broken none of your windows or locks will work you can find one at a local auto wreckers
sounds like you need to replace power window master switch
no power on the power windows switch
a master switch is a switch which is the power to evry thing in the billding or factory
If none of them are working then you could have a master switch or relay defective.
more than likely you will have to replace the drivers side master switch
The drivers side switch is the master switch; all power goes thru this switch. Pop it out and test for power; you may just have a bad connection at the switch. I would also check the window lock switch and bypass it to make sure that is not the problem.
if all windows stopped working, i would first check the master window switch
Power windows I assume. Check the fuse. If it is still good, it is probably the drivers side master switch that is bad.
Because the master control on the drivers door has separate areas for all windows. Start by checking power feeds at the drivers door switch.
did you check the fuses first? Do you have power to the master switch?
most common reason for that would be the master control switch, or the fuse generally it is the switch
Check to make sure that the windows haven't popped off the track. This would cause the windows in your 2002 Envoy to become stuck and not go down. If you replaced the driver's side master power switch and the locks work but the windows just make a clicking sound, this could help.
master window switch or a bad wire in one of the door harnesses master window switch or a bad wire in one of the door harnesses
If the windows on your 2002 Envoy will not go down, and you have replaced the driver's side master power switch, you should make sure that the window hasn't come off track. This would prevent the windows from going down and it would make a clicking sound.
A few things can cause this. Start with the simple and troubleshot your way to the more difficult. CHECK THE FUSES. It could be as simple as a blown fuse. If you find a blown fuse, be sure to replace it with the correct Amperage fuse. MASTER SWITCH IN OFF POSITION. Many cars come with a master switch, or child lock-out switch. This is typically found in reach of the driver, near the driver's window switch. MASTER SWITCH BAD. The master switch could be bad. Check for power to and from the switch. This step also continues on to the last posibility, a wiring problem. Since your question implies all the windows are not functioning. If all the other test prove to be OK, then it is likely a wiring problem. Checking the wiring at the master switch will shed some light on this. Good luck, and hope it's the fuse.
Usually that's a sign of a bad master switch, bad ground, or a broken wire in the hinge area of the door
Sometimes it is the switch.
If you've done all that you say, then the next logical thing would be to check the continuity of the circuit. If you've replaced the switch place a propbe at the fuse block and the other probe at the switch to see if there is any power reaching the switch. If there is power to the switch, then check from the switch to one of the window motors. I suspect that one of the wires between the switch and the window motor(s) is probably broken or shorted to ground. ALSO: Does your vehicle have a safety child lock-out switch for the windows? Make sure that it is not in the lock position.
Power windows are protected by a circuit breaker. So you would have to have a bad relay ,the master switch is defective or you have a broken wire where the door opens.
i would first check to see if power window master switch is good usually if more than one window doesnt work, that's where the problem isfords also have a lock on the master switch for windows other than driver window. check that is not engaged
Either the fuse is blown or the master switch (the one in the drivers door) is broken.
There could be several reasons, and possibly dozens of failure points in the circuits. However, due to the fact that the question implies that ALL windows can be operated from the master control panel suggests one glaring probability. Many power window systems have a safety function designed and built into the system so that passengers, particularly children, cannot operate the windows [this is usually also true for power door locks]. This is accomplished by a switch [a "slide" type, but sometimes a "rocker" type] on the master control panel, which disables the "slave" switches at the individual doors. IF this switch is in the override position, the door switches are inactivated, and can be reactivated by moving the override switch to its "other" position.j3h. check that master switch is not locked if they are not locked then you likely need a new master switch or all your other door switches are bad check master switch first
You have to diagnose it by process of elimination. Check the master switch, check for power at the master switch, check the wiring for damage where door hinges, test for power at the motor, test the motor, etc.
Sounds like a bad master switch unit