Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Today, when I lock the car it not want to respond the door to lock and unlock then when i closed the door sometimes the part that say that is lock and unlock the door appear it suppose locked but is unlocked because when I lock the car the thing that tell you that is locked in fist is locked but when I loose the button of locked the car returns to unlocked and that was my problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are 3 possibilities that I would check first. 1: make sure the contacts on the door, and body where the touch are clean. the lock and unlock signal are sent through these. 2: You may try replacing the battery in your key fob. 3: the power lock motors may have gone bad. To check, lock the doors with the drivers door panel, if they lock, they are fine. Another solution may be to recode your key fob. procedure for coding the fob to your vehicle can be found online.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
Your book should give you program options for the door locks If your fob wont work either you got a relay for the door lock bad it is located in the fuse panel push the door lock button and find the one that is clicking
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
You have a intermittent condition. To isolate the cause: 1.Disconnect the drivers door lock/unlock switch from the connector. Drive the vehicle and see if your random lock/unlock condition has stopped. If it has, replace the switch. If it hasn't:
2. You have a grounding problem or a problem in the BCM (Body Control Module) and should have a technician use a Tech 2 Diagnostic Link Tool to access the BCM computer to obtain any fault code data to help correct the condition.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
I too had this problem. I finally found out that my problem was the result of the metal contacts that touch the circuit board when you push the buttons had worn out. To correct my problem, I purchased a small pad that slides right inside the remote and fixes all the buttons. Since then, my remote has worked problem free for the past 3 months. The company that makes the pads is KEYLESSFIX. The following link will take you to the actual website:
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Posted on Feb 01, 2011
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