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Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The sensor codes have to be read off a computer to see the problem, either speed sensor, sounds more like ABS module. Locate the main fuse/control box under hood. There should be either a
relay or large fuse marked for abs.Good Luck.Please rate me as ' helpful ' if satisfied.
Posted on Jun 06, 2011
Ok, heres the fix, 3 amp fuse marked windows / locks in the underhood fuse box. Changed it out and everything works again. Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jun 20, 2010
Well in my experience it sure sounds like a bad wire in the wiring in the door jam. I have seen that happen before from the door shutting and opening all the time, I think there is a way to check it, if you put a fuse back in it and try using the passenger door to get in and out. If the fuse don't blow again after using the other door (drivers side) you have found your problem. I don't understand why GM would even change your fuse box for that it doesn't make any sense, I have been a shop owner for 11years now and a mechanic for 20 years and have seen many problem with electrical systems and when a fuse blows it is usually a bare wire touching somewhere in the system, also there is a relay for just about everything in that car, and could be a problem too. I know it may be a inconveniance to go thru the other door but it should help figure out if its the wiring in that drivers door or not. I sure hope that helps you out some, Thanks for using FixYa.com Bear001
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
may have bad acuator for the lock , that the soliniod that locks and unlocks hatch, also remove rear panel and take a look inside to make sure all the linkage arms are still connected, start there
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
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