1973 Oldsmobile Toronado Repair Question
Power Lock Doors Unplugged
A mechanic worked on my car and accidentally unplugged the power lock doors under the hood. This mechanic has since moved and I can see which one he unplugged, but I can't find where to plug it in and I've searched for days. Please help!! A picture would be really awesome too :)
check the door lock 20fuse on the inside
I've done that and all the fuses are good. After he unplugged it the clicking sound stopped when I try to use the automatic locks and now my passenger side won't lock.
u have checked the voltage with a meter or light?are both doors inop.?
I checked with a fuse light and all are intact and both doors are inoperable, but the drivers side I can lock manually but the passenger side I can't do manually.
sounds like a nice car low milage.my dad owner a few.
then their not inop. if they working
The automatic locks are unplugged so the passenger side is permanently open and it is a nice car. I bought it last year for $900.
ok stay with me here. pry up the lock switch and remove the orange is power. then u should power on one wire for lock and one for unloc
So you want me to pry up the lock on the passenger side door and remove it? Will I be looking for an orange wire?
youll see a notch in the lock switch plate put a screw driver in and pry it up.the switch will come out.you will see 3 wires on the switch.the orange wire is power push lock and 1 of the other should show power.push unlock and the other wire should show power.sorry was eating do u hear the lock relay clicking? this problem is in the car not outside icy