I've been having trouble with central locking so don't know if problem related, the drivers door doesn't always open/lock with fob so use the key. I stopped to run into a local shop didn't lock or open so used key to do both, got back in car and all lights/radio came on but the car wouldn't start, it wasn't making a noise(as if it was trying to fireup) as if immoiliser is still on. used fob several times to lock/unlock to see if corrected problem but nothing happened.
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no all is related to one fuse you can remove the door internal controls and decore and remove center lock motor plug and test two connectors with multimeter with set on 12v and then lock un lock door and check the reading of the multimeter if it read signal then all plugs and wires from central lock control unit to the door central lock unit is okay it this cae you have to replace the door central lock unit with the same if no signal is readed while you lock unlock the door then you have to check central control unit and all wire plus out of it to the door plug
2- you can remove central control unit from driver door and test it in passenger door (usually the same unit ) if it works with lock unlock its then the replaced unit is faulty and needs to be replaced if it not work then check plugs wires from central lock unit (usually found inside driver door ) to the central lock unit in passenger door
3- check signal for said door fro the output of central door unit if no signal then it mean that faulty central lock control unit
Hmm...it would sort of make sense given that everything else seems to work in relation to the gate and locks, except that...the manual seems pretty clear that hitting the switch should, if nothing else, get me the "LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT IS OPEN" message on the instrument panel...I'll have to pull out the owner's manual again.
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.
Try disconnecting the cars battery for a few minutes.Remember to have your radio code handy as it will go into safe mode.This should reset your convienience control unit[central locking] and it should operate as normal..good luck
will your passenger door open with the key and is it just one side that your windows are not working or both. if its just one side it might be your regulator motor in the door thats not working if its both it might be your central locking pump usually in the boot. however if both of them are working fine it could be that your key needs reprogrammed however i think the 1st 2 are more likely to be the problem.
Your brake light switch is stuck on, this is also why the cruise is in-op, the cruise is turned off anytime you touch the brake pedal otherwise the car would try to accelerate when you tried braking. The brake light switch is located above the brake pedal, look up the arm the pedal is attached to and you will see it, the switch is not real expensive, and it is easy to install with simple hand tools. As far as the door lock issue fix the brake light switch and try it, not sure it is related unless it all started at the time the brake lights started staying on. Post back after you replace the switch if door problem remains. Thanks