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Old 01-08-2004, 12:36 PM   #1
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Ok, it has been VERY cold around here lately. I went out and turned on my car let her warm up. I went to go and lock the doors and the damn horn went off :o ! Is my wireling fried? It didnít do it after I got driving down the road a ways. In other cases the power locks wonít work period after a few minutes driving it in the morning? Anyone know whats going on?
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Any other drivability issues? I wish my horn would go off when my keyless was used..

That'* what happens when you don't have a spoiler....
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My DIC told me my RR turn lamp was out. 5 minutes later it was fine. After it warms up, see if you still have these problems.
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Anyone know whats going on?
I'm wondering whether your relay center on the firewall under the hood is getting moisture in it. I think that'* where the relevant relays on your problem circuits will be found.

Is the cover dislodged or missing?
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Good idea. We live close enough for me to know where the problem is coming from. John, you have an ice dam built up at the base of the windshield. It'* thawing right now, melting over into your maxifuse relay panel.
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hm, ok. I don't have any snow or ice build up in the wiper bay area. I think the wires just need to thaw a bit.

P.*. It'* the inside door locks, not the keyless entry..... cute commet too!
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