I had the same problem with the left front window on my 2000 Malibu. I did voltage drop tests on all the leads to determine which ones controled that window, which should have been gray to brown, and dark blue to black but I couldn't make the window move by jumping them. O well.
GM probably did not change the color codes for the power window system in two years, but I can't guarantee that.
The colors for the other windows should be: Light blue and Tan for right front window, Dark Green and Purple for left rear, and Light Green and Purple for right rear. The brown wire at the driver's switchbox is power and black is almost always ground. Also noteworthy, the power for the window motors first passes through the driver's switchbox and then to the other switches in the car. From there the wires change color on their way to the window motors.
A mote of caution: you can damage the electrical system of your car by lack of electrical knowledge and/or experimenting with the wires including blowing lights, blowing fuses or tripping breakers(which are both annoying to locate), overheating wires (you might see smoke), and even melting them! High amp draws through a small wire can also burn you. So if you are unsure about anything just see a tech or replace the switch box.
I can't make any guarantees though i wish you luck on this. I've learned a lot just by making mistakes :-)
look for the wires that go to the driver window switch, there will be 3, two of them will make window go up, 2 will make window go down. use a small jumper wire to brige them
to connect switch to switch used cross over cable........
cross over cable
A cross and a string of garlic.
the cable b/w router and switch is cross over
place your cursor over the cross in the corner of the window and click
Tools Required: Ratchet Extension (Minimum of 4 inch) 10mm Socket Phillips Screwdriver (cross-point) Flat Screwdriver Remove door interior trim panel. Reconnect the window control switch. Roll the window down to the access hole for the front window support. Loosen the two window support bolts. (Do not remove completely, the window will fall) After you have loosened the two bolts, hold onto the window so that it does not fall. Slide the control bar to the rear of the door so that the window can be removed. Turn the window to a 45 degree angle and slide it out off the door. Unplug and remove the window control switch and disconnect the electrical connector/harness. Remove 2 bolts on the rear window leveler bar. Then remove the 2 bolts on the rear of the window motor mount. Loosen the front 2 bolts on the window motor and slide the entire assembly upward and out of the bolt hole inserts. Remove power window motor out of the door. Install the new motor/regulator in reverse order.
A crossover cable is used to connect a Hub or Switch to another Hub or Switch - or a PC to another PC.