Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
Look at your manual, and find the fuse that controls the door locks. This is only a temp solution to the problem. The door switches control the locks, so it should be one of them sticking or going bad. You want to correct the problem, I would, if you can, unwire the switches, and leave one side plugged in, if it still happens, unplug it and plug in the other side, and see if it happens.
You can also use a volt meter with continuity and check the switches, start by checking both and see if they are the same, no continuity, then hit the switch, you might find one has it all the time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
lock smith or someone authorized to use a slimjim[can do more damage if dont know how to use ]--or-- key fob wont work if vehicle battery dead if u can reach up under car at front and release hood latch then jump battery and then use key fob to unlock door
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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