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I can't locate the correct fuse for the door locks. They won't work with or without the fob.

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If your power door locks work with the button inside the car, then it won't be your fuse, but the remote control module located behind your glove box... if nothing works, then it could be a fuse or relay, which should be located under your hood

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If your looking for the fuse for your auto door locks it is located behind the fuse panel you have to in screw it then take out the whole thing and behind the fuse box 12 number 21 change it with 20 amp fuse

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