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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the lil switch that'll be located on the latch anchor point or within a few inches of it.... odd is the switch is faulty
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
if you have any knowledge of automotivce electrical, (and that you need to use a "circuit tester" and not a test light) test for power when someone presses the button. it wouldnt be uncommon for most vehicles for the lock actuator/solenoid/duty actuator to wear out, get weak and fail. this is most probable. given that this is an 08, have you checked withe dealer to see if its still under warranty. if we are only talking a few miles and they wont do anything, look in your owners handbook and get the 1 800 number and get GM's customer service involved. cheers.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
each door has there own door lock solenoid, the only thing they have in common is one fuse, either they all work or none of them will work. So I would say the door lock actuator inside the door has failed.
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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