You should have asked us, replacing lock solenoids are easy and fairly cheap.I just got rid of my 99 Burb, but not untill I replaced all the door lock actuaters. Pretty $, lease had to fix before turn in. Unfortunatly Chevy mechanic said a problem in that year.
If non of the locks work it’s a fuse, maybe.I have a rear door in my '96 burb that sometimes simply does not respond to the lock/unlock switch on either front door. Am I looking at a solenoid issue here?
If so, is there a cheapo fix that I can use like some other vehicle make owners do that is sometimes called the "foil fix" (using a piece of aluminum foil on the solenoid)?
Before you tear the door pad off, Take the access door off on the outboard side of the door.It is just one door.
Can't be a fuse, because it works for a while, then doesn't for a while, then works again...
Also can't be a broken rod, loose rod, unplugged connector, or shot solenoid since it is an erratic problem.
Sounds like "dirty" things from everything you described. I'll have to pull the door pad and clean everything up. Hopefully, that will resolve it.
If you are talking about the catch latch. I think that is the spring needs to be replaced I've had to do this before. There is a spring that wears out here. Won't hold latch up. You can buy this at jobberI have a 99 Suburban -- electronic locks -- the drivers side door lock is tripped and I cannot shut my door. Is there a quick way to rectify the issue.