Originally Posted by t.o.bonny
There are no bad fuses, like I said this is an intermittant problem, sometimes it all works, sometimes it doesn't. [...] I have checked each and every fuse and they are fine with no corrosion on them whatsoever. For two days now my locks and lights and chime have not worked. This morning on the way into work, the Fasten Seat Belts light came on along with the chime and now everything works.
Okay, next time this happens, figure out first which end of the circuit needs checking: using a test light, pop out one of the interior lights (whichever one is easiest to get at) and verify that one of the bulb contacts is hot. It'* a switched-ground circuit, so one of the two wires to the bulb should be hot; the other should be an open circuit (unless you've got a door open, in which case it should be grounded).
If it'* dead, work your way back to the relevant fuse in the fusebox, pull it, and see if one of the two retainer clips is hot. If not, your power problem is even further up the line, such as at the bulkhead connector where the wiring harnesses go through the firewall.
This is one of those problems that can make a guy CRAZY!!!!
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