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#1 CJK440

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Posted 12 June 2004 - 11:15 AM

Can anybody tell me where the relays are for the power locks in my 96 Legacy?

All the doors lock when the pass side lever it hit but they don't always unlock.

I found the door lock timer under the dash and it has tiny relays on that. Are those the only relays??

I'm pretty sure the switch is good because I feel & hear the relays click on the timer if I lock or unlock it.

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Posted 19 June 2004 - 11:21 PM

I second that request!! I figured it was a wire in the door that had become frayed or something over time, but is there a better answer to this problem?? someone.. help!


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