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Volvo s60 2006 fuel door will not lock

Fuel door does not lock. waited 20 minutes and still no locking. looks like slide bar is stuck.

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: REAR DOOR LOCK

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.

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

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SOURCE: volvo v70 2001 central locking fault

you need the alrm box replaced, it obvasly is defaulting(going bad).

any dealer can do this for you.

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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SOURCE: Can you lock a '91 740 volvo without the key?

We have the '90 940, have you tried this; when the kids are piling out we reach through the back door and push down the lock button on the drivers door, this locks all the doors without the key...also helps if you have an armful of bags..just make sure your keys aren't still inside!!

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Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: auto door locks 200 volvo S70

You may have a bad master door swith assembly or more fuses out.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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SOURCE: My Volvo S60 Fuel flap won't lock or unlock,

The pin solenoid that activates the remote locking is not receiving any electrical signal, it must have been unhooked. This solenoid is right by the filler door, inside the boot. The alarm activates on electrical differences, such as dome light, boot light or filler door electrical demand when it is activated. Hence, the alarm wont trip off if door is opened manually from the outside.

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