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Hey everyone, I'm new here and I hope I am in the right thread. I am completely stumped on this problem I've had come up today on my 2004 Tahoe Z71. I was just beginning to clean my front windows for tinting and my passenger window stopped rolling up. I tried to start it, but of course the battery was dead.. Before jumping the battery the interior lights and parking lights still worked. After I jumped it, and while it was running I tried to roll my passenger front window up from the driver side controls and it wouldn't work, ran to the passenger side controls and again would not work. So here's my problems:

- Front Driver and Passenger Window Controls/Lock Controls DO NOT work (mirror adjustments work)

- Rear window controls DO work

- The display when you turn it on shows "UNKNOWN DRIVER" instead of "DRIVER 1" or "DRIVER 2"

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