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Power door lock

Evey time i try to lock the doors using the power lock feature the fuse blows ... not whe i unlock though

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  • doogiefl05 Jun 09, 2008

    well i checked the manual and i have no doubt that i have the right fuse .. ...omg i just remembered .... i should have mentioned that the car was involved in an accident and the driver side door was smashed ...and ever since i got the car back from the shop ive been have this prob ....

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This is because the either the fuse used is too small or there is a short in the wire.. hence the wiring shd be checked as well as the fuse rating..!!

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