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Power door locks not working for 1999 suburban

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Check for wires in drivers door hinge area inside wiring loom cover pulled apart

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My lock button on the back roof post was pushed down to lock position by a box in the cargo area. I could hear the soft click under the dash, but no locks would work. the lights would come on though. it also drained the battery.

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Check all fuses and relays. there is a set under the dash driver side and in the engine bay usually near the battery.

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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