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I hve the same problem go under the hood for the fuse box you will c a fuse that has a blk clip around the whole fuse it self to open it use a small screw driver the ones u use for ur glasses nd open it c if it needs to be changed out if good jst unplug it nd c wat it does on my car I jst unpluged it nd now everything working I think its called a iud some wired name but u can't miss it good luck
The only thing you can do is to trace the circuits that are powered by that fuse. Nobody can do that online. I would recommend getting a wiring diagram if you are going to try to figure it out yourself. You will need a multimeter that can read amperage also.
if they don`t work using the button on the arm rest then check the fuses first with a test light.if the fuses are good then you will have to check the door lock switch for powers and grounds.if these are good and the power transfers through the switch properly then you will have to check the latch switches.
THE HORN AND THE GEAR SELECTOR PANEL LIGHT NOT WORKING IS MOST LIKELY BLOWN FUSES. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO LOCATE THOSE FUSES VIA YOUR OWNERS MANNUAL. THERE ARE DIAGRAMS AND LISTINGS OF FUSES AND ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR ENTIRE CAR. PULL THE FUSES INDICATED AND REPLACE THEM.
IF THE "NOISY LOCK" LOCKS, THE RELAY TO ENGAGE THAT LOCK MAY BE "STICKY", MEANING ITS STAYS ON LONGER THAN NEEDED. IF IT DOESNT LOCK, THERE MAYBE SOMETHING BLOCKING THE LOCKING MECHANISM BEHIND THE DOOR COVER.
if you are talking about the power door locks not working there is a fuse monted on the back side of the fuse pannel just for the locks. remove the two screws holding the fuse pannel on and push the pannel back and flip it over this is were you will find this fuse.
Check Fuse 10 in the "Power distribution center". It is conntected to Fuse Block to Fuses 1,2 and 3. Fuse 1 and 2 is connected to Head lights switch. Fuse 3 is for Remote keyless entry module.
This circuit is something happend.
Here are the photos of fuses:
unfortunately i can only fix the "alternator wine": all you need is a ground loop isolator. it hooks up to your RCA cables in between the radio and amp. the only thing i can think for your other problems is fuses, unless somehow your factory radio controls those functions