Yeah, I tend to be somewhat a bit irate with my english. I am from quebec canada and it takes me forever to translate in a proper way. So over the years here, I have grown a reputation. I am still a stand up guy, and I understand that you are saying none of the locks work.
We will now have to work on the basis that probably a power wire on driver side door jam split. A common occurrence on the GM's.
Not my writingThe power door locks on a 1995 Grand Am have a lock actuator inside each door that moves the lock rod up and down to unlock and lock the car. The actuators are susceptible to short circuits as the Grand Am ages. If your Grand Am's door lock actuator shorts out, you'll need to replace it to restore functionality to your power lock system. Since the proper repair of the system requires you to replace the faulty actuator, if you have mechanical aptitude and an hour of free time you can repair the power locks on a 1995 Pontiac Grand Am yourself.
Read more : http://www.ehow.com/how_7831998_repair-95-pontiac-grand-am.html
From what I know as a master tech is that the driver side power switch is a slave for all the others. All grounds go through there. On a 1995 like yours, you are working on basic anti theft logic. When a GM has a fit like you are having, most likely a bad ground, a split/shorted actuator.
So go to power distribution center and follow the current. You say no fuse blown. That is omnipresent of a short.