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Power Lock Doors

My power lock doors suddenly won't work so now I have to manually lock and unlock my doors. In other words, I have to go to each door and pull the lock up or down instead of just using the lever on the driver side door and control all the doors from there. I don't see a fuse assigned to it in the fuse box. What could have gone wrong?

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It happened to mine. Could not find a fuse listed for it. Some one told me to test each fuse with a test light. However my light was 120volt. I took out each fuse and inspected them and put them all back in.
When I was done the door locks were working. It must have been a loose fuse

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

  • Carl Gustafson
    Carl Gustafson May 05, 2014

    I have a 2001 Ford Taurus SE Wagon and had the same problem. I took the owner's manual to O'Reilly Auto and they figured out which fuse it was and they were right. The problem I have is that when I put a new fuse in and test the door lock, it works once and the fuse blows again. Any ideas on what would cause that?

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