its your actuators you can buy this part for about 800 but you should ask some one at your part store for best brand to buy. Also, buy a guide book on your model car to learn about the door panels which are not the hard to deal with From Blustg: The door actuators are held in from the factory with only rivets. After many operations these rivets will elongate and the travel of the actuator is not always enough to make up for that. Need to take off the door panel and replace the rivets with short screws and nuts. The screws are short so they do not interfere with other things moving inside the door.
From Blustg: The door actuators are held in from the factory with only rivets. After many operations these rivets will elongate and the travel of the actuator is not always enough to make up for that. Need to take off the door panel and replace the rivets with short screws and nuts. The screws are short so they do not interfere with other things moving inside the door.
The relay switch for the locks on a 99 Chevy Suburban is located under the driver-side dashboard.
The battery in the remote needs to be replaced.
You can program a 2001 Chevrolet Camaro by locking then unlocking the door locks.
Need to check the body control module, And all fuses with a test light.
The switch itself is most likely bad
I have a 2001 Impala 9C1 model (fleet/police) and it has electronic locks but no key fobs.
Hi, Try this web site www.programyourremote.com according to the site you have to hold the remote buttons for up to 30 seconds. .... Joe.
The 2007 Chevy Equinox comes with a range of features as standard, such as remote power door locks. Similarly, it also comes with cruise control and a rear defogger.
Most likely to reprogram the remote you need to take it to a Chevy Dealer and they can do it there... cost ranging from $40-$90...... I had the same problem after replacing the battery & the remote still not working.... I reset the remote by holding down both the lock & unlock buttons @ the same time for about 10-15 seconds.... this resets the locks inside the truck... you should hear the locks lock & unlock if so then your remote should work fine... if not then i suggest taking it to a dealer... hope this helps!
Using the OBD2 connector under the dash. You need to check the connector, it is numbered 1-8 on the top and 9-16 on the bottom. You will need to jump #4 and #8 pin with a paperclip or wire. The locks will cycle off and on once it is jumped. When the locks cycle, press the lock and unlock buttons on the key fob and hold until locks cycle again. (some GM vehicles you need to turn the key on for this, not usually on the suburban.) Once the locks cycle again, it should be programmed. You will need to do this for each fob.
They were an available option.
Wrong kinda locks. Locks need to be upright.
Sometimes the linkage gets dry or binding and you have to remove the door panels and lube and free up the linkage.
that's a stupid question, auto 4wd hubs have no place to put the locks that engage the 4wd, that's why its called auto 4wd, so u don't have to get out of ur car and lock them in
The Chevy Impala LTZ's standard features include the On Star remote ignition block, anti-lock out, anti-theft alarm and pass key, tracking notification and child safety door locks to name a few.
Is the remote's battery dead?
the locks are just big metal doors and there is a person that has the remote to control the opening and closing.
The batteries may be dead on the remote.
Spray a little silicon spray lube inside the tumblers (where the key gos in) this has been working on mine. oldgrizzly
It can have power locks with out keyless.
I have a remote that locks and unlockes the doors. Could you plesase explain to me how to programm it plz
Open hood Open under hood fuse block Remove cigar fuse by pulling it out with pliers Push new fuse in cigar lighter location
You take it to an auto shop and have them do it
If the electronic locks work by the buttons in the car , its probably the remote . The remotes have to activated by accessing the cars onboard computor.
Sit in the vehicle with the doors closed. Hold down unlock on door panel while turning key to run position then off then run then off again release door panel button and locks will cycle locked and unlucked then hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the remote until the locks cycle again if you have more than one remote do the same on the other remote also if you don't do right after the first remote it wont work once you have repeated this process on all desired remotes turn the ignition to the on then off position again that ends the programming mode and test your remotes. sometimes it takes a couple of tries good luck. This is how I programmed my remotes for my 2000 Chevy blazer