None of the door power lock's work ? Not from any switch ? F32 - 15 amp fuse location - body control module (BCM) . Probably not a fuse issue , door locks are controlled by the BCM controlling relay's located inside the BCM . This relay's are PCB - printed circuit board relay's , non serviceable . Your best bet , take it to a qualified repair shop .
The Body Control Module (BCM) monitors the door lock control switches. When the BCM receives an unlock/lock command from either door lock control switch, the BCM energizes a relay (internal to the BCM ) to supply the correct power and grounds for the door lock actuators.
Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
The Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) feature is controlled by BCM . The BCM receives the RKE inputs from the Tire Pressure Monitor (TPM) module over the Medium Speed Controller Area Network (MS-CAN) . When any RKE transmitter button is pressed, the signal is received by the TPM module internal antenna. The TPM module then filters the RKE signal received to make sure it is a programmed transmitter. If the signal received is from a programmed transmitter, the TPM module sends the RKE command to the BCMover the MS-CAN . The BCM then interprets the RKE command and activates the corresponding output.
The BCM requests the illuminated entry feature to turn the interior lamps on when an unlock command is received. If a lock command is received, the illuminated entry feature turns off. The BCM then supplies voltage to the appropriate door lock actuator(s) to lock or unlock the doors. The RKE transmitter can also be used to activate the panic alarm. On vehicles with memory, the RKE transmitter also causes the BCM to send a MS-CAN message to the Driver Seat Module (DSM) to activate all memory features to the positions associated with the RKE transmitter being used.
Visual Inspection Chart
- Door handles
- Binding latch mechanisms
- Body Control Module (BCM) fuse(s):
- Wiring, terminals or connectors
- Door lock control switches
- Keyless entry keypad
- Integrated Keyhead Transmitter (IKT)
Do you know what DTC'S are ?
GO to Pinpoint Test H
.B1218: 00Transmitter Identification Code: No Sub Type InformationGO to Pinpoint Test H
.B121A: 11Keypad Illumination Output: Circuit Short to GroundGO to Pinpoint Test G
.B121B: 01Keypad Input Switch: General Electrical FailureGO to Pinpoint Test F
.B126A: 01Drivers Door Interior Lock Switch: General Electrical FailureGO to Pinpoint Test E
.B130D: 00Memory Full for Integrated Key Programming: No Sub Type InformationThe maximum amount of IKTs (4) have been programmed into the BCM . Obtain all the customer's IKTs . Erase all the IKTs and program a maximum of 4.All other DTCs-REFER to the Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) Chart in Section 419-10