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Q: Smart Entrance Control Module needs replacing

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I believe my Smart Entrance Control Module needs to be replaced. I am having issues with my interior dome light, defrost light, auto locks, and keyless entry not working.

A: The SECM may be ok. It may have a power iss...

The SECM may be ok. It may have a power issue due to a blown fuse or relay. The SECM is an expensive part and may require factory level programming. I suggest having a qualified technician fully inspect your vehicle’s electrical system before condemning the SECM.

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