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BCM help! Doorlocks broken

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    BCM help! Doorlocks broken

    My power door locks have not been working for a while now. When you press the lock/unlock button inside the car you can here the BCM click. When I use the remote to lock the car it locks the driver side door but unlocks the passenger side. So I was thinking the problem is the BCM. I bought a used BCM recently and tried to install it. As soon as I plug in the wire harnesses the alarm starts to go off and the car will not start or do anything. I have read a ton of threads and cant seem to find any help so far! Any help would be awesome guys!

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    I'm thinking the newer BCM is not gonna match up to your Pass-Key ignition setup or your remote.Look in your owner's manual to match the remote up+you might have to de-activate your Pass Key.Under the steering column above the knee guard thing is the wiring coming from the ignition switch for the Pass key-by inserting the correct resistor in the wiring to match the resistor in the ignition key(for the car the BCM came from).Before doing anything though try this first-simply reverse the power door lock wires on one of the doors-it should simply work in reverse if I remember right-that would syncronize it with the othe rside.
    Last edited by 02z28ls1; 10-12-2005 at 06:34 PM.

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