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Old 07-09-2014, 02:50 PM   #1
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Unhappy Power Door Locks

My power locks have gone rogue on me. It began with constant clicking one day, but rarely since. Then the passenger side actuator stopped working. Then the driver side actuator stopped working. Now, the only way to lock/unlock doors is via the remote or the key. Adding to my misery is that now the car can lock itself if the keys are left in the ignition.
Is this unique to my Malibu or are there other possessed GM'* out there? Ideas? Clues? Hints?
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sound like a Driver door module issue, if it was the lock actuator it wouldnt work with the fob
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X2 on the driver'* door module.
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X2. X2.....hmmm. I can overhaul a 57 Chevy from bumper to bumper, but I can only drive today'* cars. So, if you would, please elaborate on X2. I know it ain't a test rocket anymore. Thanks!
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X2 means, Roy'* saying he also agrees with what Justin said about it being the door module. It'* forum slang.

Because I also agree with them, I would now say X3.
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