Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora
I press the release button and the motor just runs in the trunk but it wont open. how do i get it open?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The "problem" was caused by the "valet" switch (actually a pretty cool option). I read the owner's manual - there is a valet toggle switch located in the glove compartment. As instructed, I turned the valet switch option from "ON" to "OFF".....everything started working properly (including the remote garage door opener - which I forgot to mention also was not working). Simple, easy fix didn't cost one dime! Pays to read the owner's manual and any signs in the vehicle. The information is posted right on the switch panel!
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
right below the middle of the exhaust crossover pipe in the top of the trans is a black or red screw in cap with no dipstick thats the fill. to check is a plug right above the right axle (7/16 wrench) you need to remove with engine running and fill till fluid runs out on level ground then put both plugs back in and your done
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: Trunk Release Button Won't Work
Any autoelectrical shop would be able to sort it. Make sure you check all of your fuses in the fuse panel. It may be that a relay is switching but the main source power isn't there.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
They are all random codes that are stored in the radio. The radio can lock it's self with possible 10.000 differant codes. You will need to take it to the dealer to have them use the gm scaner to retreive the code that is in the radio then they call the gm headquarters and those egg heads give an unlock code for the car. All of the make since?
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
CHECK TRUNK FUSE AND RELAY ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL FUSE BLOCK ON DRIVER SIDE ON SIDE OF DASH PANEL.IF FUSE RELAY OKAY THE TRUNK ELECTRIC OPEN SOLENOID SWITCH BAD.THE THEFT SECURITY HAS TO CHECK AT DEALERSHIP.MOST TIME WHEN YOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH IT.YOUR KEY OR SWITCH WORN ALSO BCM CONTROL MODULE.IF DEALERSHIP FIND FAULT IN THE THEFT SECURITY SYSTEM THEY HAVE TO FIX IT AND REPROGRAM IT.NOT A HOME FIX.
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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