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Date: Wed, 31 Dec 1997 18:49:00 -0500
From: "Brian Madden" <>
Subject: Re: Problem with electric door locks

I had the exact same problem with my 89 900T. I ended up disconnecting the power lock cable from the trunk. I think that there is a short in it somewhere. You might try that. If that doesn't work there is probably a short in one of the other doors. If you have the time, you could disconnect all of the power cables from the door locks and then plug them in one at a time. When the fuse blows, you know which door lock is malfunctioning and causing your fuse to blow. Brian Marc D Weinshenker <71413.1276nopsamuServe.COM> wrote in message ... >I am having problems with the electric door locks of my 1988 900S. >About 1.5 years ago, the door locks ceased to operate in unison >with the driver door lock. I noticed that the 10 amp fuse was >blown and a new one would blow as soon as it was put in. > >I lived with this for a few months and had it checked out the next >time I had the car serviced. The "fix" was to replace the 10 amp >fuse with a 15 amp fuse. I wasn't happy with this but it did >work...until now. I'm not too keen to move up to a 20 amp fuse, >though. > >So, does anyone know what is actually causing this problem and if >there is a manageable long term fix for this? > >Thanks, >Marc > >-- >Marc D. Weinshenker >(

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