1993 toyata corolla power locks keep locking and unlocking running my battery down

Asked by Apr 07, 2013 at 05:24 PM about the 1993 Toyota Corolla

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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could be a bad switch! you could take out the fuse for the locks only intell you get it fixed!! just lock and unlock with the key???

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Bad switch is a good idea; but before replacing it, look for a loose ground connection -yes, these are not always (if ever) easy to find. But look for simple things like a loose screw on the switch housing, or a rubbed through spot on a wire from the switch to door- the door to fuse box etc. HTH Good Luck

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loose mounting screws---not quite sure exactly where, but the switch is held together some kind of way...it is this way the mount is letting it flop around like an elephant's trunk~

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