The locking motor for the cover is not working correctly. If in the locked position (by hand) the motor unlocks correctly. This suggests the motor, wiring and any relevant fuse are ok. When the vehicle is locked normally the motor fails to operate thus the cover remains unlocked.
As an extra test I removed the locking motor assembly and connected it to a 3v battery. It operated correctly in both directions by changing the polarity.
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Re: Fuel Filler Cover lock
You may have too much lock cover pressure on the release pin did you load test the release motor by putting your finger on it and see how much pressure it can push?not too much pressure though.Sorry earlier comment sent to wrong place
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Fuel Fill Door Description and Operation
The fuel door latch actuator shares the circuit with the driver door latch assembly. The body control module (BCM), upon receipt of a lock switch lock or unlock signal, will switch the appropriate door lock actuator, as well as a fuel filler door release actuator control circuits to battery positive voltage. The opposing side of the door lock and fuel filler door release actuators is connected to ground by the I/P fuse block through the other door lock actuator control circuit and the doors, along with the fuel filler door release, will lock or unlock as commanded.
Ignition OFF, disconnect the harness connector at the fuel door release actuator.
Test for less than 1 ohm between the control circuit terminal 1 and ground.
If greater than the specified range, test the control circuit for a short to voltage or an open/high resistance.
Test for less than 1 ohm between the control circuit terminal 2 and ground.
If greater than the specified range, test the control circuit for a short to voltage or an open/high resistance.
Connect a test lamp between the control circuit terminal 1 and control circuit terminal 2.
Ignition ON, command the doors to LOCK and UNLOCK by using the door lock switch. The test lamp should illuminate while commanding the LOCK and UNLOCK states.
If the test lamp remains OFF during either command, test either control circuit for a short to ground.
If all circuits test normal, test or replace the fuel door release actuator.
I am not fameliar with your car type but in general: 1- try to remove door cover gently after unscrew the handles 2- if you get orginal motor then just disconnect wires (keep track of colors) 3- install new one
if you bought comercial motor for al types of car do as below: - All material you need will be included with the motor - choose the motor location carefuly Notes 2 things A- your door cover can positioned in it s location B- motor will not block your window glass from get down - drill holls to install your new motor - choose location of motor bar carfuly
- try to lock / unlock it many times before installing the door cover
You have listed the vehicle is a 1987 Jaguar XJ6. The trunk is not electronic and only unlocks with the key as well as both the gas doors. Any issues here then it is your key or the actual trunk latch. If you do have a 1988 model year then the trunk lock has 3 positions. locked all the time, unlocked all the time or the vertical position locks and unlocks with the vehicles drivers door lock. If the trunk button (paddle) is loose and moves but nothing happens then the inside rod has come loose and you will have to manually operate the latch by removing the license plate and taking a long screw driver through the lower plastic bungs. The fuel flap is a separate unite and does have a manual release but you need to open the trunk to get to it. If the fuel flap stays locked all the time then the actually filler neck module will need replacing.If you have a 1997 which has the electronic release button to open the trunk (95-2003) Then you will need to firstly lock all door and unlock the drivers door 2 times. Check the fuel flap is now released, if not then the fuel flap actuator located on the filler neck inside the trunk is bad. If the trunk does not open with the remote, inside car switch and trunk mounted switch then the passenger side trunk harness is broken. Open the trunk with the key and on the right(passenger) hinge there is a grey plastic cover, remove that cover and carefully peel back the wiring harness cover and you will find 1 or more broken wires. Once the wires are repaired then I recommend you zip tie them in place and retest the trunk release button.If this does not answer any of your questions please feel free to email email@example.com
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Removal & Installation
Disconnect the battery negative cable, as outlined in the Chassis Electrical Section.
Disable the Inflatable Restraint (SIR) system. (see procedure below)
Remove the steering wheel.
Remove the tilt lever close out plate.
Remove the retaining screw from the lower steering column trim covers.
Tilt the trim cover down and slide rearward in order to disengage the locking tabs.
Remove the lower steering column trim covers.
Remove the retaining screws from the upper steering column trim cover.
Fig. Lift the trim cover in order to gain access to the lock cylinder access hole.
Lift the trim cover in order to gain access to the lock cylinder access hole.
Insert the Snap-On A173A bent-tip awl or equivalent, with a
3/32 in (2.5mm) tip, and 3/4 in (20mm) in length, into the access hole
of the ignition lock cylinder.
Turn the ignition lock cylinder to
Use the bent tip in order to push down on the ignition lock cylinder retainer.
Release the ignition lock cylinder to the
Fig. Remove the ignition lock cylinder from the lock cylinder case.
Remove the ignition lock cylinder from the lock cylinder case.
Insert the ignition lock cylinder through the trim cover in the upper steering column.
Align the lock cylinder retaining tab and the position tab with the slots in the lock housing.
Completely push the lock cylinder into the lock housing.
Use the correct fastener in the correct location. Replacement
fasteners must be the correct part number for that application.
Fasteners requiring replacement or fasteners requiring the use of thread
locking compound or sealant are identified in the service procedure. Do
not use paints, lubricants, or corrosion inhibitors on fasteners or
fastener joint surfaces unless specified. These coatings affect fastener
torque and joint clamping force and may damage the fastener. Use the
correct tightening sequence and specifications when installing fasteners
in order to avoid damage to parts and systems.
Install the retaining screws to the upper steering trim cover and tighten the screws to 31 inch lbs. (3.5 Nm).
Match the tab slots on the lower trim cover with the locking tabs on the upper trim cover.
Tilt the lower trim cover up and slide the lower trim cover until the locking tabs snap into the tab slots.
Install the lower trim cover screws to the steering column and tighten the screws to 13 inch lbs. (1.5 Nm).
Install the tilt lever close out plate.
Install the steering wheel.
Enable the SIR system, as outlined in the Chassis Electrical Section.
Turn the wheels to the straight-ahead position, then turn the ignition switch to
Remove the console accessory wiring junction block access hole cover.
Remove the "AIR BAG" or "SIR" fuse from the block, as applicable.
Remove the left-hand sound insulator, for access to the SIR wiring harness.
Fig. Driver-s side air bag connector location
Fig. Passenger-s side air bag connector location
Fig. Side air bag connector location
Remove the Connector Position Assurance (CPA) device, then
disengage the yellow 2-way connector at the base of the steering column.
Remove the right hand insulator panel.
Remove the CPA from the inflatable restraint instrument panel module connector located behind the RH insulator panel.
Disconnect the instrument panel module connector
If equipped with side air bags, remove the CPA from the inflatable
restraint side impact module-left front connector located under the
Disconnect the side impact module-left front connector.
Remove the CPA from the inflatable restraint side impact module-right front connector located under the front passenger seat.
Disconnect the side impact module-right front connector.
With the fuse removed, the AIR BAG or SIR light will illuminate if the ignition switch is turned
at any time. This is normal and does not indicate a problem when the system is disarmed.
Arming The SIR System
Be sure the ignition is in the
Connect the inflatable restraint side impact module-right front connector located under the front passenger seat.
Install the CPA to the side impact module-right front connector.
Connect the inflatable restraint side impact module-left front connector located under the driver seat.
Install the CPA to the side impact module-left front connector.
Engage the yellow SIR connector, then secure using the CPA device for both the drivers and passenger sides.
Install the sound insulator panel.
Install the SIR system fuse to the fuse block.
Turn the ignition switch to the
position and verify that the AIR BAG indicator light flashes
7 times, then extinguishes. If it does not go out, troubleshoot the SIR
For 2005 Toyota Corolla (and Matrix), the location of the cabin air
filter is inside of the drawer (passenger side). Open the drawer, you
will see a screw on the RIGHT hand side. Unscrew it with a cross shape
screw driver. Unlock the drawer from the screw holder. And take the drawer out of the cabin. After the removal, you will be able to see the location of the cabin air filter.
There is a lock at each side of the filter cover. For each side, use two fingers to pinch the lock and pull out the cover. You will see the old filter after removing the cover. Pull it out, and insert your new filter.
Put the cover back. Make sure the two locks are firmly locked. Put the drawer back. To make this work easier,
you may lock the bottom of the drawer first, as there are TWO locks on
each side of the bottom drawer. Close the drawer to see if the position
is right. Place the screw back, that's all
there is a rod that connects the solenoid to the lock assy. from inside the van you can move it with your hand or pliers and then open the hatch. you will need to clean up the lock because ther will be corrosion and then use a white grease to lube the whole thing. operate by hand a few times before you close it up. there is an access port by the lock inside the door so you dont need to take the whole panel off.
There are Valet keys (often with a green knob) that will only unlock
the front doors and the ignition but not the glove box nor
When either the front door locks or the console
button is pressed, all the doors should lock. Likewise, when either front
door is unlocked, all the doors fuel filler lid and if selected, the
boot will also unlock.
Boot lock has three positions. Unlocked
to the left, automatic with the doors in the center, always locked to
the right. Simply remove the key in what ever position you desire.
locks can get confused and not work correctly. Simply sit in the
car and manually lock all the doors. That will usually get the
locking module sane again.