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Which fuse it for the power locks on my 1988 chevy silverado? i cant find the fuse for my power locks

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    my power windows or my power lock on my 1988 silverado 4x4 does not work, where is the fuse or relay located on this truck?

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I believe they are on a circuit breaker. I dont have a wiring diagram here at home. But usually windows and locks are on a circuit breaker.

Posted on Dec 11, 2009

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