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· Factory Freak!
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My turn signals randomly stopped working in all four corners along with the actual arrows in the cluster. That was about 3 weeks ago and just yesterday my ANTI LOCK and BRAKE warning lights are always lit. Then on top, I can unlock the car with the interior button and the driver side stays locked but the passenger goes up for maybe a whole second and goes back to the lock position. I think the locks are like that because of the 10-15 degree temp weve been having and it thinks "that side door is locked, the passenger 's should be too", but tell me if im wrong. As for the others... :confused:
 

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Your door lock problem is probably a door lock actuator gone bad. I would think the lights going out is a bad ground on the vehicle. This happened to my 91. Whatever you do, dont take your car to Import Car Services off Glenstone and Sunshine.
 

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Check your fuses on the turn signals. The grounds are located on the front aprons next to the head light assy. There are several wires that go into this plastic connector that is bolted into the sheet metal. This is on both sides by the way...

Check the brake fluid in your master cylinder and ABS unit. That would cause the brake light to come on with the ebrake fully released.

On the door locks there is a feature that locks all the doors when locked from outside with a key. On my car it would pulse the locks over and over or it would unlock them. What I did was dissable that feature by removing the lock actuators and cutting the following wires. See pic below..



Hope this helps...
 

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One thing I missed about the locks. When you lock the doors from outside now, you will need to press the lock button before you shut the door to lock all the doors and then turn the key from outside to lock the drivers door. This feature is on every door that has a key hole. If a lock is inopperative then it has already bitten the dust and will need to be replaced...
 

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Rumnarv said:
Check the brake fluid in your master cylinder and ABS unit. That would cause the brake light to come on with the ebrake fully released.
Did you mean the E-brake light because I have this problem while making left turns and accelerating.
 

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SBLEGENDS said:
Did you mean the E-brake light because I have this problem while making left turns and accelerating.
Yes! If you are low on brake fluid this light comes on. If you are low on brake fluid in the ABS unit the ABS light comes on. Check the brake fluid levels if they are ok then you most likely have an electrical problem which would most likely be the e-brake switch in the center console going bad. It can't be an expensive part.
 
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