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Oldesmobile 2000 shilouete The switch and acuators are fine. I can hear a clicking from somewhere in the dash or in the engine compartment. I am assuming its the power lock relay switch. I have looked everywhere for it and cannot find one anywhere. The wiring from the switch to the acuator on the driver side runs up under the dash board. I have taken some of it apart to look for it and still cannot find it anywhere. The clicking sounds more like its on the passenger side. Any ideas where it could be. The dealer, the library and even searching online did not produce any info or a diagram. Help

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Please explain what you trying to do please ,actuators?? indicators ?' the passenger seat eject mechanism for mother in alw??

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