Possibe blown fuse
wheel locks up and abs light come on because abs not working on that wheel lights go dim because alternator not working completely
door open light is on, locks and mirrors will not work
yes, it is a fuse it will be labled int. lights/ horn on the fuse box
i am having the same problem with my galant.
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.
A blown fuse or a damaged computer would cause the turn signals, interior lights, and door locks not to work in the Mazda 3. The fuses are located under the dash on the driver's side of the car.
You can use "Scotch locks" on the tailights, and stop lights - trace them from the rear light fixture
Same problem, but didn't replace the dome light.The locks will unlock but not lock.
Probably a blown fuse or bad relay.
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Fuse number 23 in the passenger compartment box is blown. It caused the following devices to stop working: Door lock switches (but not the locks), Interior lights, radio lights, A/C climate control, overhead console quit.
Depends of course on the vehicle but there are different fuses for the locks than the lights. My suggestion is to open the door so the lights are on and pull relays from the fuse block under the hood till they go out. This should disable both auto locks and dome lights.
try the fuse box look for blown fuse
If the room fuse is blown out; the radio will not work, the power locks will not work properly, the vanity mirror lights will not work, the interior lights and trunk light will not turn on.
use a test light check your fuses
If you will look there are some metal contact on usually the right rear door, it looks like brass or copper connection. These contacts will get corrosion on them and quit working, if you will use some steel wool or light sand paper to knock off the dark color they will probably start working again.
bad ground on chassis. do the lights seem dim when you apply the brakes?
no, door locks have nothing to do with check engine light.
What you probably need to do is to check you battery because i have a dodge 2004 also and my locks did the same thing so i just replaced my battery and the locks started working again.
I got mine replaced by my extended warranty due to my dash lights not working. The multiplex control on the driver side kick panel controls your power locks. If you are having problems with your power locks not working and it's not a blown fuse, then replace the multiplex.
check the fuse box, could be that easy sorry... they are all on one fuse
If the power door locks quit working on a 1979 Corvette, it is due to broken pigtail switches. With age and use, the pigtails break and leaves the power door locks inoperable.