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Door lock problem

1995 Honda Civic 4 cyl Four Wheel Drive Automatic 70000 miles

The remote door opener normally unlocks or locks all doors. It does not do that anymore. It unlocks or locks the drivers side door only. The same thing if I use the key. Also if I push the door lock tab on the drivers door the other tabs do not respond. This happened all at once.
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  • beachen Mar 12, 2009

    DEAR NOAHE
    IT WORKED, THANKS SO MUCH. IT WAS HARD GETTING MY FINGERS INTO THE SPEAKER HOLE, BUT I KEPT PUSHING ON IT AND IT WORKS.


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There is a Plug between the door and engine bay, it accessible through the speaker hole, but it comes loose so all prongs are not connected, thats why it works partially. should be an easy push to get em working.

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