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Old 03-27-2010, 03:37 PM   #1
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Fuse panel?

I own a 1992 ZR1 and can not locate the aux. fuse panel. I found the main panel on the passenger side on the side of the dash. I found the box by the battery under the hood.
I am in search of the fuse that controls the power door locks. My book says it is locaked in the auxillary fuse box but does not tell me where it is?
If you know where it is please let me know.
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Fuse panel?

Sorry Bud I have an 03 C5

But look in your owners manual

If you don't have an Owner's manual Download one from the web

maybe someone else will come along and to Better enlighten us both

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I own a 1992 ZR1 and can not locate the aux. fuse panel. I found the main panel on the passenger side on the side of the dash. I found the box by the battery under the hood.
I am in search of the fuse that controls the power door locks. My book says it is locaked in the auxillary fuse box but does not tell me where it is?
If you know where it is please let me know.
Thanks
Greg
Greg, it is located under the passenger side of the dash. You need to remove the lower hush panel to get to it.

Remove the fuse cover at the edge of the dash (Three T15 screws)
Remove 7mm screw at the forward edge.
Remove the two 7mm screws at the hush panel from underneath and it drops right down. Towards the firewall you will see the aux fuse panel.
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found it

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That was where it was. I found it and the fuse for the door locks was bad.
Howerer it will now lock but I can not get them to unlock? I have to do this manually.
Any thoughts?
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That was where it was. I found it and the fuse for the door locks was bad.
Howerer it will now lock but I can not get them to unlock? I have to do this manually.
Any thoughts?
For both switches driver side and passenger?

A) toggle both switches
B) Is it an issue on both door mechanisms?
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Both doors. I have installed 2 new actuators and 2 new switches? Still will not unlock.
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I have this same issue as this , any help ??

I am having problems with my electric door locks.They will lock but neither will unlock, tried both switches , don/t click or anything.
Any suggestions

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Question 1987 custom vette

The car cranks and idles for about 10 seconds and then goes dead. over and over. Been sitting for about a year inside my shop. I drained the fuel and replaced the fuel pump and sock and I still have the same problem::
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The car cranks and idles for about 10 seconds and then goes dead. over and over. Been sitting for about a year inside my shop. I drained the fuel and replaced the fuel pump and sock and I still have the same problem::
put a fuel pressure gauge on the fuel rail on the shrader valve,
chances are very good the fuel rails pressurizing but not maintaining pressure, a common issue, read the links and sub links carefully

http://members.shaw.ca/corvette86/Fu...mDiagnosis.pdf

http://forum.grumpysperformance.com/...p=39573#p39573

http://forum.grumpysperformance.com/...equence#p42943

http://forum.grumpysperformance.com/...php?f=32&t=596
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IF YOU CAN,T SMOKE THE TIRES AT WILL,FROM A 60 MPH ROLLING START YOUR ENGINE NEEDS MORE WORK!!"!
IF YOU CAN , YOU NEED BETTER TIRES AND YOUR SUSPENSION NEEDS MORE WORK!!
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