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Sometimes its just not logical.  We have a Jeep with a rear tailgate that won't lock.  Can't hear the tailgate lock and all 4 of the other doors lock and unlock correctly with the switch.  Sounds like a bad lock solenoid, or is it?  Further diagnosis determined that the Body Control Module (BCM) was at fault.  The BCM controller for that particular circuit had failed.  This BCM was also part of the fuse box assembly.  We have seen 3 BCM failures in the last 2 weeks (t'is the season).  These modules are located in the interior of your vehicle and are made for extreme temperature use (hot and cold).  But like us, when we get older we just don't handle the heat as well.  Did you know that on a 78-degree day, the temperature inside a parked car can soar to 120 degrees in just minutes and on a 90-degree day, the interior temperature can reach a high of 160+ degrees in less than 10 minutes (we are at 94 today).  And a all afternoon roast?, ouch!  So leave one of your windows slightly cracked so the temperatures can even out a little.  This can keep plastic from cracking and electronics from toasting.  Stay cool out there!


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