: 95 Fleetwood Powerlocks UPDATED POST



$gmillionaire
05-13-06, 05:10 PM
Hello Everyone!
I posted previously " My wife was driving (http://www.cadillacforums.com/forums/#) my 95 Fleetwood and she said that in the midst of errands the locks stopped cycling when she shifted in and out of park and the reading lights are all remaining on."

Since then I put the battery on a trickle charge and the lights are behaving just fine. The power door locks are not cycling when I shift in and out of park but are otherwise fully functional. Is there a dedicated fuse for that process?

Any thoughts would be great. Thanks
Steve

$gmillionaire
05-13-06, 10:13 PM
I have heard it may be a battery issue. This is jes' plain crazy... Any thoughts?
Thanks

Destroyer
05-14-06, 01:15 PM
I have heard it may be a battery issue. This is jes' plain crazy... Any thoughts?
ThanksCould be. My wifes '98 Deville started doing some real funky stuff right before the battery died. Trunk popped open on its own and the locks did the same thing yours did. Next day the car would not start. Changed the battery and all is fine. This was about a month ago.

scurling
05-14-06, 11:40 PM
Yes, sounds like power issues. Hey $GMillionaire, do you have pics of your '68 online somewhere? My girlfriend had one in high school, what a car.
That takes me back down memory lane!! ;)

$gmillionaire
05-15-06, 05:33 PM
I need to get some pictures of the Goat online. It is a California car and I drove it to Florida when I moved. It is a great car and after driving that for so long it is easy to see why I hunted out a fleetwood. I will keep you posted when I upload some pictures!

scurling
05-17-06, 09:39 PM
$g
I looked a little at the '94 service manual for the locks. The systems should be somewhat similar. The diagnostics pages in the service manual were only two pages, so I scanned them for you. Hope they lead you I the right direction. One page is a system schematic, and the other is the diagnostic flow chart.

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