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My 2009 Sebring does the same thing occasionally but only the drivers door gets stuck (dead locked - even though the locks appear to pop up).
The solution I have found once this happens is:
1) The car needs to be driven (crawl in thru the passenger door) -even just a short distance
2) Engine shut off & doors locked with remote (after you've exited from the passenger door of course)
3) Leave turned off for 10 minutes
4) Doors will now open when unlocked with the remote
i think you have a problem with the operating solonoid on the drivers door look or possibly the boot lock mechanism causing it to open again as the lock isnt operating correctly ,this is not a novice type job so the dealer is the best bet or a local mechanic .
cant understand why you have no door lock it must have one unless you do not have the correct ket as its been changed at some time ,if so then i would climb under car with some twin flex cable from a 12v battery and then connect the`positive feed to the starter motor supplu and the other cable to the engine or gearboc then it will open with the remote
It sounds like your Power Door Lock Relay is working intermintently. Bypass the relay and test the Power Door Locks with a jumper wire direct from the battery, if they work with no hesitation then it is a bad relay.
the security in the freelander is the one system that cannot be cracked, the only option is to send the remote to a company in england that will servies your remote ,www.alarmremotes.co.uk/new_page_4.htm. they should be able to help you .
try this..sit in the car and lock it with the remote.wait about 1min then try opening doors.without using keys or remote, if it goes off its working.dont worry too much about dash light if the led has gone. leave it alone...
Is the car alarming when opened on the fob? If so you have a control module fault. Try opening the car with the key. as soon as you unlock the door, open it and insert the key in the ignition - this should bypass the remote control. If you still have problems with this method - you will have to take it for repair/replace.