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2003 Civic left Side Electric Door lock Broken

The passenger side electric door lock works perfectly with the keyless and the switch. The driver side door lock can onlt be locked and unlocked manually. The keyless or the swtich in the car will not work for it. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    bad doors working with keyless locking and unlocking

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  • cody_prusha Feb 10, 2009

    change the batteries in your keyless remote

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