02 olds aurora door modules

Asked by Mar 03, 2017 at 11:06 PM about the 2002 Oldsmobile Aurora 4 Dr 4.0 Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

On this car, I only have control over the driver
door functions and no other doors respond
to the commands made by its master
control, as is a typical issue suffered by
many aurora owners. I have gone over and
over every fuse and relay possible, checked
each doors wiring in the hinge area, replaced
the master control and driver door module
both to no avail, checked and verified both
grounds under the rear seat fuse block and
inside the driver door, and verified wiring
under the driver seat, and still Im left with
only 1 working window, power door lock, and
1 power mirror. Could any 1 of the other
door modules being bad cause all other
doors not to respond to the master control
commands due to a series circuit or is there
any other problem areas that I might focus
on that have been overlooked? Summer is
approaching fast and it would be a great
relief to fix this head scratching common
aurora issue.

2 Answers

I have the exact same problem with mine 02 aurora..Did you find anything till now?

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door modules need to be programmed....even when brand new they come dumb and need a special dealership programming tool/scanner in order to work properly....you're halfway there with a new DDCM installed. The dealer will finish the job.

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