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1985-1996 Fleetwood and Brougham Forum Discussion, Help and/or advice needed for power lock/seats problem. Fuse has been replaced. in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; I had to remove the fuse to the power antenna because the motor wouldn't stop running. After that, the interior ...
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    Help and/or advice needed for power lock/seats problem. Fuse has been replaced.

    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?

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

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

    Thanks, I'll try that.

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

    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?

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