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Old 05-16-2006, 03:39 PM   #1
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I have a 94 years model SSEi with a problem with the door locks, it is possible to electrically lock but not unlock. Are there two different relays, where are they located.

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There are two different relays. I think they are on the passenger side up under the hush panel by the front of the door. Sorry I don't know exactly where they are..but hold in for a couple minutes and someone will be along.
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Here, read this:
Door Locks on 1994 SSEi

and this:
Door Lock Circuit Diagram

They are short and to the point.

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There'* actually only one relay. It'* above the hush panel on the passenger side. The relay is common among GM vehicles. Stop at the junk yard and pick up a "new" one.
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Technically let'* call it two relays in one door lock module.

From the post it looks like it'* under the driver seat. Odd.
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