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You will find your five number lock code behind the fuse panel under dash driver side [by left foot] Take a small socket and remove two nuts on fuse box ,pull out about an inch and a half.Now using a flashlight and very small mirror look behind fuse box at the white tag.Look for the 5 numbers together[it will be backwards due to mirror]Write them down.Enter 5 numbers on keypad on door,driver door should unlock.I just did this on my 01 Sable yesterday,Thanks rebolser
There is a fuse box under the hood, on the right side, clearly marked. There is a stabilization bar that runs right over it, which must be removed. The plastic cover that the already visible fuse panel is accessible through can now be lifted off, exposing the relays and larger fuses for additional electronic items, including the power door locks.
Your owners manual should offer a picture or diagrahm of the main fuse block location...the fuse for the power windows is in this block...usually labeled...if not the owners manual diagrahm helps to pinpoint all fuse locations...
I had a 94 nissan altima, If anything powered is not working there is a good chance that the quick connect clip in the drivers side door is loose or off completely. If this is the case, you'll just have to remove the drivers side door panel and reconnect the clip, but before you do that i recommend you check your fuse box. The reason I mentioned the clip is because mine fell off from time to time.
yes, you just pull hard on the relay to pull it out, i dont beleive this is your problem tho. first place i would check is the rubber boots in the front door jams. pull them back ( with the batt. unhooked) and look for broken wires- or wires that are missing insulation and are laying on the vehicle body. hope this helps and good luck