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97 burban power door lock issue

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by nyaristo, Jan 19, 2010.

  1. nyaristo

    nyaristo Member

    I have a 97 suburban.... so this just happened to me this morning when i went to try to lock my doors when i got in the car and my door locks switch wont work . both driver and passenger side switch and the rear doesnt open... Is there a fuse that i blew out?? but i checked out the fuses in the front under the hood and could not find a blown fuse...... is the a fuse panel inside the truck? if so does anyone know where its located
  2. DAREDEVIL

    DAREDEVIL Rockstar 4 Years 1000 Posts


    Its on the driverside in the dash. OPEN DOOR AND LOOK AT DASHBOARD. Little ( kind of ) driangle shaped .

    By the sound of it , its a fuse. Good Luck
  3. nyaristo

    nyaristo Member

    is that the one right next to the E-brake?
  4. naterater2000

    naterater2000 New Member

    power lock issue

    Once you find the fuse panel, check fuse 13, its for the cigarette litter, but that is where the door switches get there power from.




    Should be a spare 20 amp fuse under the hood.

    Good luck.
  5. nmtrout

    nmtrout New Member

    Have a similar problem with 98 Suburban. I can lock the doors with the lock button on the keys though. Thoughts?
  6. unplugged

    unplugged Epic Member 5+ Years 1000 Posts

    Both door switches not working or just one? Likely a bad switch or connector on same. Easy enough to pull the door panel and test the switches.
  7. Rivieraracing

    Rivieraracing Member

    Check ALL fuses!! If its only one switch, make sure the switch has a good connection or check out the switch, otherwise if it's all it's probably a fuse!
  8. nmtrout

    nmtrout New Member

    Both door switches and the rear switch. I will check all the fuses as well as the switches themselves. Thanks for the help.

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