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Old 12-12-2010, 09:51 PM   #1
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Default key fob, door locks, power ant... still not working :(

so recently my keyless remote stopped working, as well as trying to lock the doors and the antenna going up and down.

research made me check the fuses so i did, noticed one was out i think it was a 15a trunk release on passenger side. and as i was putting the new fuse in, it popped. i know its hot at all times, but it blew like huh??

then i noticed one of the relays next to all this was like backwords... strange everything worked fine all the way and not sure if now the relay is bad or not cause.. i swapped a couple of the same relays around and things still are the same- everything works right but the things listed above.

now i checked the ground buss under the carpet, and all other fuses, i just gotta check power antenna relay and see if its actually getting power but its pouring and freezing cold out and last of my worries so..

would i just need to replace a couple relays here then? cause what else could it be, i have no idea. if swapping relays doesnt change anything, and all connections are clear, then could it be a sort of control module, i notice when i press lock on the doors, clicking happens to one of them and not the relay.

any one have any thoughts im stumped on this guys..
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sounds to me that there is a power wire going straight to ground somewhere. that'll definately make a fuse go POP as soon as you put it in.
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Hey man.. been a while.

Most likely the power antenna blew out. Pull the carpet back in the trunk and unplug it. See if the fuse still blows. If so.. I have circuit breakers and the diagrams on the car if you'd like to stop by for some help on it.
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