Question about 1995 Chevrolet Suburban
The driver side door lock is the only fully functional lock. The other three switches only have locking capability, but do not unlock. The drivers side switch will only lock the other three as well. There is a 12v signal going to the lock switchs when using the lock and unlock positions, but the locks only respond to locking position.
It might be that driver side control unit. They've been reported to have problems with short circuits (even mine has had problems) Check fuses. However, a junkyard is probably the only hope for finding those relays -GM generally doesn't make them anymore.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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