U need 2 spray the inside of the power door lock switch with electrical contact cleaner or repair the loose connection on the back of the switch
I think you have to push the 'unlock' button twice in order to unlock the doors.
Hook up a meter to either the lock wire or unlock wire, press the lock button and the the unlock button. you will see the meter go to 12v on 1 press and open circuit on the other. if its just 12v and ground, then its positive polarity door locks.
you need to get in your Tahoe 1. put the key in the ignition 2. hold down the unlock button 3. continuing holding down the unlock button, turn the ignition on, then off, then on, then off again. 4. Release the unlock button(The Locks shoul lock then unlock) 5. Press the unlock and lock buttons on the remote at the same time and hold for 15 seconds if you have done it right after 15 seconds the locks should lock then unlock and your remote is programmed after this turn the key to the on position to exit program mode
You click the crate and select the Get Help button on the bottom and publish it and your friends will help unlock it...
It should lock and unlock with the power door locks. If it is stuck in the locked position, there is a lever in the trunk on the driver's side behind the carpet that will unlock it.
Depends on what part of the locks are not working.. the remote?, the lock button?, a certain door?, the manual lock slider?
If the locks and rear window hatch on a 1998 Chevy Blazer lock and unlock by themselves, there is probably a problem with the fuse or a short somewhere. The locks are supposed to lock when the vehicle gets put in gear. Perhaps the system that tells the locks when to lock is not working properly.
I'm having the same problem. Relays working fine and door locks have some movement, but do not lock or unlock all the way. Hope we find out the problem.
Same problem, but didn't replace the dome light.The locks will unlock but not lock.
Possible the system is deactivated. 1. Sit in the driver seat, turn the key on. 2. Hit the unlock doors button 3 time (within 5 sec of each other). 3. Turn the key off and hit the unlock 3 times again. You should get a chirp from the horn. If this does not solve your problem, you can try the same proceedure but hit the Lock button Vs the unlock button
Press the home button. (the one at the bottom do you iPod) It will show you a screen asking you to slide to unlock. Slide the little gray button with a finger until you can't slide it anymore. Hope that helps you :) :)
Should be a button on center console..Just underneath hanbrake button.
I had trouble with my manual locks and then I noticed that where you put your key in on the passenger side was not straight up and down, but turned to one side. As soon as I inserted the key and put it straight up and down the locks started working fine.
The driver door does not unlock the power locks for a few reasons. This motor could be burned out or the wires could not be attached correctly.
No, that is not a fuse issue. I would suspect this is a switch or wiring issue.
1. Insert key 2. Hold down drivers side unlock button 3. Turn ignition to on position and back to off position three times (on,off,on,off,on,off) 4. release unlock button. (door locks will cycle) 5. hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the remote at the same time. (locks will cycle again) 6. Remove key, the remote should now work (unless is is not the right frequency for your car, in which case the locks wouldn't have cycled the second time)c
The fuse for the power door locks is labeled courtesy or "crtsy". The only way that the power door locks would stop working altogether (no switch will trigger any door lock) is by blowing a fuse or possibly cutting a main wire to the door lock system. If somebody has worked on your electrical system or if you have had a car stereo or alarm system installed this would be a lickely scenario.
1st step check fuses
Then you have to lock and unlock the doors by hand.
Umm, there are still manual locks. Take your finger and push the lock over and unlock the door. Good Luck!!!!
On my 1998 E-320 it is a safety feature that the dirver's door unlocks then on pressing the button again, the rest of the doors & trunk unlock. This can be changed to one press unlocks all by refering to the Owners Manual.
I think combination locks are safer since key locks are easy to break into with a knife or a ice prick to unlock the key lock.
Cycle the key on/off 8 times and the door locks will lock and then unlock. Press the lock button on your key fob to program it
Start with looking in your owners manual. Take the key less entry fob into the car with you. With your key, turn the ignition on and off eight times. Do not start the vehicle. The door locks will start to cycle lock/unlock Press the lock and unlock button on the fob until it locks and unlocks the door by its self
go in your trunk and pull back the carpet on the passenger side quarter panel look up by the antenna area find the wire that is not connected to anything..... green I think ground out that wire and your locks should lock than unlock when that happens hit the trunk button on your new key fob than your lock button once you confirm the key fob is working your locks... your done un-ground the wire and tuck it back up where you found it