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2011 buick lacrosse door lock does not work on drivers door only.
There could be many problems in this situation. Here is a list of some things to check:
1.) Check the wire connection in the door jamb where the wires transfer from the vehicle to the door. Sometimes these connections get a little off and things start acting goofy because the door being open and closed all the time(nothings perfectly designed).
2.) Check the relays in the fuse box, I can't remember if on this model vehicle if they used separate relays for each door or just one for all of them, but the relay could be bad.
3.) Check the locking mechanism inside the door by taking off the door panel and using a multi-meter and a 9 volt battery. I've checked the locking mechanism inside doors with a 9 volt battery before to make sure the mechanism was able to do it's job without being hooked up to the vehicle's power source
on Aug 26, 2016
Is there a shut off sensor when the oil pressure drops and car shuts off?
Don't know about your car specifically, but most cars with electric fuel pumps are equipped with a oil pressure switch which cuts power to the fuel pump when oil pressure drops. The idea is that in a wreck when engine dies, pump should not run in case lines are cut which could dump fuel on ground and create fire hazard. Switch usually located with normal oil pressure sender.
on May 28, 2015
2011 Buick Lacrosse how do you remove the cover on the positive post!!!
Hi Keven, I'm Al the owner of Big As Auto Repair
Keven, that flip down cover can be a bear to flip up some times especially if its been on there a long time. Take a screw driver and lay something across the battery to use as a ramp and take the screw driver and using the ramp pry upward on the very end of the cap and it should pop up. NOTE: Be careful though because some of those covers actually unlock from the other end. Hope this helps and if you need further assistance go to my website. Have an awesome day Keven! Auto Repair
on Feb 22, 2015
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