Question about 2008 Ford Edge SEL
Speed sensitive door locks don't engage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Door lock problem
I have an expedition with the same problem.To fix it just spray some PB blaster on locking mechanisms.WD 40 works also but may melt the wiring harness.I used wd 40 and I have had no problems since. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
SOURCE: Auto door locking on Ford Mondeo
It sounds like it has been deactivated so we are going to reactivate the auto lock.
The numbers I will be saying will have to do with getting this to work so:
you will need to put the key in to the ignition switch.
1= is back to listen to the radio
2= is to get key out
3= is just before you start
4= is for starting your car
When we do this 1 and 4 will not be used
Do this and we will hope that it works like it should:
1: Turn the ignition with you key up to on( don't start)
2: Press the power door lock control 3 times
3: now turn the key back once (to off position)
4: Press the power door unlock control 3 times
5: ok turn the ignition back up 1 time. (The horn should chirp)
6: Then press the unlock control, then press the lock control, again (horn will chirp 1's) If auto lock
7: Turn the ignition back 1's, Then the horn should chirp once to confirm the procedure was completed.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
check fuse 63 first.
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It could also be your GEM (generic electronic module) which is expensive as it controls a lot of stuff. A scan tool can be used to cehck for fault codes from the GEM.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
sounds like the fuse that controls that switch has burned out. check your fuse panel and refer to either the manual. or to the cove for fuse location info. good luck.
also note if the fuse blows again then the problem might be related to a bad switch or a short condition ion the wire.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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The door control module actually consists of the door's Electronic Control Unit (ECU) and the switches or buttons integrated into one assembly. There are two of them: the driver door module or DDM (as seen on the sample diagram below) and the passenger door module or PDM, which is on the right front door. These modules are programmable.
They are also called driver door switch (DDS) and passenger door switch (PDS), so perhaps you can rephrase your search.
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