Question about 1988 Chevrolet C1500
Well, something is broken, somewhere. Start by removing batteries from remote key fobs, ALL of them, then pull apart each lock control switch, testing after each one is disconnected...the the ares of suspect is wires going through the door jambs. Starting with the drivers door.
If you find wiring damaged at the door jamb, you must replace the wire, rather than repair, so that there is NEW wire completely through the jamb area, anything else fails really fast, due to the flexing... At least cut damaged wire inside the door and inside the vehicle at kick panel...
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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