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Rear door locks sporadic

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Old 07-07-2018, 04:45 PM
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That stinks. That is an excellent video though - I've seen a lot of people have odd electrical problems and it sounds like a shorted seat heater (or a wire to the seat heaters get pinched or rubbed through or something) is the main culprit.

No dash electrical at all is an odd one I've not run into. I strongly recommend finding a copy of the GM eSi system online and downloading it. Its a bit fiddly to get it installed and working but once you do, its the full GM service info system with all the wiring diagrams, troubleshooting, etc.
 
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Old 09-14-2018, 10:28 AM
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My '04 H2 had problems with the gauges and needed a whole new cluster. This fixed other electrical problems like the radio not working and other lighting problems. I still have a couple of door locks that won't lock electrically, so I think that I need to replace the lock actuators. Has anyone tried installing "universal" lock actuators on an H2 instead the $150 OEM parts?
 
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