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The fuse for the door locks on my 1999 chevy suburban blows as soon as i replace

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It is most likely a fault in one of the buttons,you can unplug one of the door lock buttons ,at a time,to find out,but do not unplug the master,the one for the driver,if none of the other door lock buttons is the problem,it will be the master,try it last.

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