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2008 Saturn Astra - central door locks won't work. Not with

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2008 Saturn Astra - central door locks won't work. Not with the main button or key remotes. The fuse in the back panel was blown - replaced it but it no luck. Tested it and not getting any voltage at the fuse. Back hatch won't open either
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Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: Saturn
Expert:  triston replied 10 months ago.

What fuse in the rear block has no power, what is it labeled ass and what fuse number is *****? The only one that should matter is the one under the hood fuse number 10, make sure it's good. If the fuses good you really will need a scan tool in order to diagnod if the fuses good you really will need a scan tool in order to diagnose this problem on this car because the switch sends a signal to the cluster and the fuse block and you can only see this signal with a scan tool. The only other way we can get close to diagnosing it without a scant to ills you'll really need to a sept a live phone call have a voltmeter and a test light and a few tools and I'll tell you Where to round and try isolating the problem. Please give a positive rating. Thanks

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
It is fuse 38 labeled door locks. This fuse was blown. Number 10 in the front panel was ok.