This cars doors keep locking/unlokcking when they want,sometimes when you lock it locks then unlock. n/s/f door doesn't off key but locks all others when done manually and o/s/r wont lock at all.did they have problem with fuse board like ford?
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Re: 1999 jaguar s type locking.
From the abbreviated words ya are using i am gonna assume the door is not being seen as closed to the fem module, so assuming the door is open it will unlock the door to keep ya from locking key in car. does dash show the door is ajar?, if so may need a new door ajar switch or agjusted striker.... any more info on the concern could help you diag, but please use word as apposed to YOUR abbreviations..... may be relocking while driving because the drive away feature of auto locking after the 7mph signal reached
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had a similar problem with a hyundai coupe , this turned out to to be the door lock mechanism in the drivers door, so could be the place to start, as i would have thought that generally the power locking technology is the same universally
If you press the unlock button on the key fob twice when you first unlock the car this unlocks all the doors and the boot. If you have only pressed it once only the drivers door is unlocked. If you have only pressed it once and you have started the car push the locking button on the door and the pull it this will then unlock all the doors and boot too so you don't have the turn the car off and press the unlock button on the key fog again. The locking button or lever is located above the door opening handle inside the car the smaller one of the two
Inside the door is a door switch that is called the tamper switch or door ajar switch, each door has one, it may be defective, it is the Ford designed switch and they have had problems. To confirm the next time the system goes off, unlock and lock the passenger door if it has a lock, my new car doesn't and I know many makes don't have any passenger side door lock cylinder. If doing that shuts of the security system the switch is surely defective or the wiring to it is damaged.
You have to check the door Modules and locks, as the modules are the part that is responsible for locking and unlocking the doors and the locks are electric parts.
So what you need to check while sitting inside the car , when you lock the doors which lock does not lock with the rest , or which one opens first , and that is probably the one you need to check.