: Help and/or advice needed for power lock/seats problem. Fuse has been replaced.



Regi Tucker
04-07-13, 12:30 PM
I had to remove the fuse to the power antenna because the motor wouldn't stop running. After that, the interior lights, power seats and power locks wouldn't work. I replaced the 20 amp fuse. The interior lights now work but not the seats or locks. But when I press the lock button I can't hear a clicking noise around the area of the glove box. Any thoughts, guys?

carnut
04-07-13, 04:52 PM
Unplug the antenna motor underhood by the hood hinge rather than removing a fuse. The windows and seats are powered thru a circuit breaker not a fuse. Check the BODY fuse (yellow) 20 AMP for being blown. If blown, that will keep the power locks from working. A blown body fuse occurs usually from money or tin foil in a lighter socket or a spark from inserting/ removing a cell phone charger.

Regi Tucker
04-07-13, 05:31 PM
Thanks, I'll try that.

Benzilla
04-07-13, 05:40 PM
It's fascinating that Regi replaced the body fuse, and now his interior lights are working, but his locks still are not. Aren't they on the same fuse in '89?