Probably by checking the wiring loom and connectors for damages and and corrosion.
The silver fuse type THINGY's are Circuit Breakers & they Usally are for POWER SEATS-POWER DOOR LOCKS-KEYLESSENTRYMODULE-WINDOW LOCLOUT SWITCH-MASTER POWER WINDOW SWITCH-& THERE IS USALLY 2 IN A LeSABRE.
fuse bad, lost ground or relay
disconnect the fuse that works the locks.
Hey Brad==If it is all of the locks, there is a fuse, circuit breaker ot fuseable link that is burned out. If it is individual ones they can be brouight to life by lubricating them sometimes. If not they need replacing. Goodluckjoe
Yes it does. It is an electric servo, not manuel. You open the door by squeezing a switch just under the handle, or by pressing the "rear hatch" button on your remote.
Electric doors?? Are you talking about door locks? If so, even though they are electric, you can still operate them manually. Disconnect the power to the door locks and they are then manual.
Ign off, On the data link connector use a wire to jumper terminal #8 (black/white) wire to #4 (black) wire, Turn Ign on press and hold unlock and lock button on one transmitter locks will cycle, repeat for second transmitter, disconnect wire, should do it. That is basically correct but there are more detailed instructions with a diagram at the following site: How to Program a Replacement Keyless Remote on a 1997 Buick LeSabre | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_7291758_program -remote-1997-buick-lesabre.html#ixzz1HA YkCKDX
Could be the electric lock solenoid, or the electric lock mechanism itself.
whats the problem?
there is a switch on the inside of the rear door above the latching mechanism. Just give it a flip
Safety features on the Buick Rendevous include airbags, anti-lock breaks and child safety locks. The child seats also have air bags.