It is behind the back door and have a switch.
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.
on a 97 lumina / Monte Carlo, there is a black wire with a plastic connectere in the right hand side (passenger) of the trunk. ground it out by touching it to metal, bam! you will hear the door locks reset
I think you have to push the 'unlock' button twice in order to unlock the doors.
The Volt has an auxiliary battery back-up that allows the electronic door locks to still operate.
A faulty the door lock sensor will cause the door locks to lock and unlock repeatedly. The door lock sensor is located below the dashboard on the drivers side.
if your cig light is not working as well, the fuse is in the glove box top and last in that row, had the same problom.
it' the very top top right right Had 15 amp fuse in the glove box.
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.
If you are referring to the auto locks, there may be a blown fuse. Check the owner's manual for the specific location of the fuses for your model year.
the door lock actuator is bad. it is located in the drivers door panel
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.
The relay switch for the locks on a 99 Chevy Suburban is located under the driver-side dashboard.
I don't think so unless you get real lucky and fall into the same set of locks you have.
Child locks prevent children from opening the back doors of many vehicles. There is usually a lever or other mechanism for changing the status on the side of the edge of the door near the striker bolt. Open the door from the outside and look for the lever. Sometimes they aren't very obvious, other times they're well marked.
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!!!!
The switch might be bad or the wire isn't getting the right connection with the battery. Or the wire is just shot in general.
Wrong kinda locks. Locks need to be upright.
Call a locks-smith.
bad ground on chassis. do the lights seem dim when you apply the brakes?
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.