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Power locks on the blink

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#1 CJK440


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Posted 12 June 2004 - 11:12 AM

My 95 Legacy GT's power locks are acting up. If I lock the drivers side they all lock but they don't always unlock.

I found the "Door lock Timer" under the dash. It has small relays on it. Are these the only relays???

I don't think its the actual door switch since when I actuate it, I can feel the relay click in the door timer. Maybe just a dead relay?

#2 canajun2eh


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Posted 12 June 2004 - 09:11 PM

I suspect that the rods linking the driver side lock mechanism to the switch need to be adjusted. Perhaps the switch itself isn't mounted securely.

You'll need to remove the door panel to get at the lock mechanism.

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