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Need location of power door lock relay on 2002 Astro. If someone knows, can you please help?

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  • frankbury Jun 06, 2009

    I had both problems to contend with and had to replace fuse and then 2-door actuators. I did locate the relay directly under the steering column where 2 banks of relays are attached in a major cluster of connectors. 1 bank has 2 larger relays(these are not for door locks) the other bank has 3 smaller relays of which only one is for the door locking operation.
    Thanks a bunch for leading to a solution, it should also be noted that 2 different types of relays were shown depending on mid-year production changes so check yours before replacing!

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If your door locks are not working and your cigarette lighter is also not working the fuse is burned out. On my 2001 astro van it is #13 in the fuse box under the steering wheel. I have replaced mine and so far no problems. Good Luck.

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There are two relays for the power locks: one for lock, one for unlock.They are located in the central circuit/fuse junction box. If ANY of the power locks are working properly, the relays are NOT the problem.
To troubleshoot...check voltage at each actuator that's not working properly. Disconnect the actuator and connect a voltmeter between the two wires in the vehicle harness. While operating the switch in both lock and unlock positions, the voltmeter should indicate battery voltage in both positions. If it does, the actuator needs replacement.
Good luck...I hope this helps.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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