Question about 1999 Chevrolet Camaro
Radio and windows cut out while driving. locking and unlocking twice turns it back on?
Ive had simularr issues with my 97 I first replaced the ignition switch on the steering column and cleaned the fuses in the drivers side of the dash by the door, then eventually it came back and I replaced the body control module. Turns out the fuses and ignition switch power up the Body control module which controlls the inside cab options. However the bcm had to be programmed by the dealer i bought it from that cost an extra $100 it was $200 to begin with. Ive been told by a dealer mechanic I could have programmed it myself
by installing it and turning the key forward for 2 min then off for 2 min. then start the car, this burns the key chip code into your new body control module form your existing Engine Control Module. Make sure this is the same procedure for your 99 before attempting. The BCM is behind the pass side under dash panel and the glove box. Also check the battery connections to make sure they are clean and tight.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Actually I found a solution. I remove the lock relay form the fuse panel and placed it back in place. I did not replace it. After doing this they worked. I probably need to replace the relay at some point, but for now that solved the problem. It was hard for me to believe that there is a separate relay for the lock and unlock circuit.
Posted on Sep 29, 2008
SOURCE: 2005 silverado door locks
i work at a chevy dealership,just had the same problem my fix was to replace the power door lock relay located on drivers side interior fuse block
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Most likely is a fuse. There is a fuse box at the end of the right side of the dash. Open front passenger door and there is a cover that says fuses on the end of dash. There is also a fuse box located under the hood at the right front of engine compartment. It should have a cover with a round knob in the middle of it .Unscrew the knob to remove cover.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
SOURCE: power locks not working right
Hey, this might work.....get in truck, close doors, put key in ignition in lock position.....hold down the door lock button on driver side door control and wait for the lock control to be displayed on the information screen(odometer read-out).....it should say like lock 1, lock 2, lock 3, lock 4.....or something, I always reset mine to LOCK 1, to do this hold the odometer reset button on dash for a sec or two til it changes settings, then release, repeat till you get to LOCK 1, then quickly press and release odometer reset button to exit program, this is the function to lock doors over 15 mph and when out of park and to unlock doors when returned to park......yours' might be set to another function number....try it out, let me know if this helps.........good luck!
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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