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Old 02-16-2015, 04:36 AM   #1
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Door lock

Both of my door locks stopped working recently is there a fuse that possible could have blown they both stopped working at the same time

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Yes.
Located in the passenger compartment fuse box, fuse location #19. It is a 15 amp fuse.
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There isn't a #19 it stops at #18

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Lol.
I just noticed thet you have a 96. I only have an owners manual for 99 and up.
Look in your owners manual and try to find the fuse location for the door lock actuators. The fuse is for them and a couple of other things that I can't remember at the moment.
There is definitely a fuse for them though.
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I seen the fuse but it's to alot of other things that works does this mean the lock actuators are bad

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Maybe.
It seems strange that they would both stop working at the same time though.

Do you have an aftermarket alarm?
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No It seemed strang to me to

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In that case, I would take a door panel off and verify that there is voltage going to the door lock switches.
A probe type 12 volt electrical tester works excellent for tracing where the electricity stops or to verify that it is indeed going to a failed part.
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