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We're glad to hear you were able to get your vehicle repaired, helpful3. Hopefully this is a lasting fix. If you happen to have any concerns moving forward, please know we're available via private message to offer our assistance.
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So I read every discussion on the problem, and after over $800 and fighting with the dealership.... the max-e fuse was replaced along with some battery cables. I'm sure the cables were fine but that's another issue with mechanics. My tahoe would lose power and activate the door locks as I was driving. Apparently the computer or something would get too hot and trigger all the modules to malfunction. Seriously hope this helps, I saw several comments looking into class action lawsuits-1 ·
Sorry to hear about the problem with your door lock actuators. Although we cannot guarantee any cost assistance towards this repair, we would be more than happy to look more into this situation and see what options there are for you. If you'd like our help, please feel free to email us.
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