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Old 02-20-2011, 07:26 PM
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I have a continuous short in my door locks what is the best way to find it? one door takes more than one push on the switch to lock. could it be simple as a relay or actuator
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I did have an aftermarket alarm and the locks flicked maybe that's a hint?
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sounds like a dirty contact, I'd start at the switch and work to the motor...... Does it take more than switch push on all the switches?
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just on one door
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sounds like that door has a dirty switch or frayed wire etc....
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