Well up to you. My thought though I haven't forgot your idea on the child lock. The child lock doesn't appear to be electrical but mechanical. So once the door is open you can check to see the position of the switch.
Since I haven't' seen it on the wiring diagram unless it is on one I haven't seen is it appears as though your car is responding to more of a theft. Such as. Okay. Security it on. Oops door found unlock. Wait someone is trying to open it.I the car am going to lock it.
Now.I may be off in left field here. But. We need to get the door open to get inside to at least get the connector off the lock so the door can be used an better troubleshot.
I have provided all that I see hit the security. Many go through the Body Control Module BCM for the car. So many things are going to be killed for a few minutes.
Again, my thought, unlock the doors. Pull the fuses and see if it opens.
Now when you did it the first time. Did the door unlock as before, you pulled the fuse, and then you went to lift the handle and boom. It locks?
The checking for codes at AZ or OR just helps with troubleshooting. So if it is the theft system and it did throw a code. That helps us.
These fuses are at the instrument panel.
This one is under the hood, right strut tower
Now you might consider doing one at a time and testing the lock each time to narrow down to which fuse.
Now to me if you do get it to this point and you do get it open, I would remove the door panel and disconnected the connector to the lock so you can open the door when you want to work on it. You may have to driver around with the door panel off for a few days.(I've done that before) but it gives you access unless you know which fuse it is.
Saturday, December 13th, 2008 AT 2:59 PM