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Power door locks

2004 astro power locks all keep cycling to the locked position, even after they are already locked. They keep clicking down continously.

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  • moondanzer Jul 29, 2008

    YES I have 2004 Astro and the door locks are driving me crazy. Also my interior lights are blinking at the same time. PLEASE HELP.We have had it to the shop twice and they cant get it to act up. Tried turning off van and restarting. No Luck. We have stopped and reclosed all the doors. NO Luck. we have tried unlocking and relocking during driving...NO LUCK

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Its the Door jam switch one of them is most likely Damaged~
you can change it your self if you feel up for it or tell the mechanic to do it~

oh door jam switches are those button type things that press down when the door is closed kinda like the thing in your fridge that turns off and on the light so just look at all of them and find the one that is broken and change it out just go to the dealership for the part (if you want to save some money)

or you can yell at the shop for not finding it and make them feel stupid that you know what the problem is and your not even a mechanic so they do it for free~


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