Hi when I lock the doors using the remote control after a minute there is another click sound , then about then mins later the doors have unlocked themselves on the rear two doors,this if left overnight flattens the battery for some reason. There is a message saying alarm service required and I have just noticed that the tailgate is not locking with the rest of the doors Any help greatly appreciated
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Hi , this sounds like the fuse has blown for the central locking due to a hi amp draw from a fault lock , depending on the country that you are in you will need to find the fuse for the central locking , for european cars the fuse will be #57 or #72 it will be a 15amp fuse that will nead to be changed to a yellow 20 amp fuse , once the blown fuse is replaced , insert the romote key in its slot and turn the ignition on , then remove the key , open and close the drivers door and the central locking should then work , if this fault re-occures then 1 or more door lock will nead to be replaced, hope this is of some help , regards mark.
Was the car battery disconnected before this central locking problem.Also is the central locking system operated by remote.If yes,then is the remote battery new or old.If the battery in remote is old then try with new battery.Also if the central locking is controlled by a push button in the car then it can be the problem with push button switch .The switch on driver side is got short.It has to be checked with meter to confirm the fault.Apply a direct 12 volt external battery to the switch and check if the central locking is getting done.Also confirm if you can lock the doors manually by using a car key.If you are not able to lock the door with key manually then its faulty door latch.But if the door lock and unlock manually with out any problem then this problem is related to central locking switch or the remote.
I will say you are having problem with central locking vacuum module.Either that or you are loosing vacuum in the central locking system some where.Diagnostic procedure can be pain in the ***.I would advise you to locate the Module and follow the lines to each door.If rubber vacuum lines are not thorn,I would go and get to salvage yard and get me another module that would be much cheaper.Also there is two relays.One is for unlocking and other one for locking.Try those first before anything else.Usually humidity and cold could damage them.Hope I could help you.
What else do you expect from a boy racer sunday mechanic system,rip it out and just use a crook lock ,Nothing but trouble these aftermarket stirling mose or halfords made in china junk .The chips used are poor quality and always go wrong.Also it wouldnt stop me for more than a few minutes to steal car just cut battery earth cable from below the lift car with tow truck.easy
IT SOUNDS LIKE THE REMOTE BATTERY IS BAD AND IT MUST HAVE 3 VOLTS AND AFTER REPLACING IT CYCLE KEY 5 TIMES ON AND OFF THEN PUSH EITHER BUTTON AND IT SHOULD ACCEPT THE PROGRAMMING TRY THIS FIRST AND TELL ME IFIT DOES NOT WORK
I have recently had this problem I believe this to has been caused by a fault in the drivers door lock assembly It seems this contains the remote receiver. In my case I think there had been some radio interference being the main cause. The remote system seems to be working OK, The door lock will still not operate with the key. Remove and replace the fuse 25 resetting the ignition module. Starting the engine, switch off remove the key from the ignition, stay in the car lock the doors using the door button, press and hold the remote unlock button for approx 5 seconds, listen to see if you can hear the clicking of the door receiver when you press the remote buttons. Press and hold lock/unlock button. You may be lucky.
you either have a faulty central locking motor or the wiring harness may be damaged.
Remove the door panel and check if you have a live feed to the central locking motor when you use the fob to lock or unlock. If you have power, then it will most likely be the motor that is at fault.