1999 Honda CRV automatic door lock only works for three doors
My mom's 1999 Honda CRV is equipped with automatic door locks(no keyless fob). The front passenger door no longer works. I can pull the lock up and down but there is resistance and I can open and lock the door. Is this a fuse/relay or a motor that has gone bad? Any help would be appreciated.
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one of the door lock actuators is probably not working right. the door lock actuator is responsible for sending the correct signal to the door lock/unlock module to tell the module if/when a door is locked or unlocked
Start by having your car checked for a Trouble Code. Many Auto Parts stores do it for free. It seems to be a security issue that keeps locking the door. It is a system which works separate from all the other systems in your car.
you may need to replace the door locking actuator, they do tend to go bad over times. does the driver side door lock automatic when using the lock button on the driver side. if you can lock and unlock the driver side door with a switch, my guess would not be the locking actuator, it might be in the remote locking module.
Actually, some other Honda models have a similar function, actuated by a combination of drive gear and road speed, but no Honda Element was ever factory equipped to automatically lock the doors when running. Its's a feature provided by some aftermarket keyless entry and/or security systems. The Honda Elements' normal operation re-locks the doors if they are remotely unlocked, but a door isn't physically opened within 15-30 seconds. This is only supposed to happen when the keyless remote receiver signals the multiplex control unit to open the drivers door.
Open the drivers' window, take the battery out of the remote control fob, and see if the problem persists. If so, unplug the connector of keyless receiver module., and test again. If there's not a good electrical connection on all 4 pins of the KRU, or if the KRU is bad, that could cause your problem. Alsocheck G501. .
hello bryon.. the best and cheapest way to start is to replace the battery in the key fob (remote), then lock and unlock the vehicle remotely 5-7 times, then monitor for further malfunction...if so........was vehicle in gear when doors lock? is it locking while braking? are there any children pushing buttons? get back to me if this doesnt help...marty
The keyless entry is designed to work with the doors closed (closed - not locked). If the door ajar sensor thinks the door is open the keyless entry is disabled. When you manually lock the door it might tighten the door just enough to activate the keyless entry. I would try slamming all the doors closed and then see if the keyless entry works. If it still wont work have the wiring checked on the front door lock.
Instructions to program a keyless entry remote for a Chevy Silverado. They also work on 2003, 2004 and 2006 Suburbans.
Close all the vehicle doors.
Insert the ignition key into the ignition lock cylinder.
Press and hold the DOOR unlock switch.
While holding the DOOR lock switch in the unlock position, cycle the ignition ON, OFF, ON, OFF.
Release the DOOR unlock switch. The doors will lock and unlock to confirm the program mode.
Press and hold the LOCK button and the UNLOCK button simultaneously on one keyless remote. After a delay of approximately 15 seconds, the doors will lock and unlock to confirm the programming of that transmitter.
Repeat the previous step to program up to four transmitters.
Turn the ignition switch to the RUN (one more click forward) position in order to exit the keyless entry transmitter mode.
Operate the transmitter functions in order to verify correct system operation
try testing or replaceing the drivers door lock actuator, reprogram ur key fobs and try unlocking and locking ur doors. as far as the lights and reminder,....it sounds like a seperate problem. but try the door actuator first (drivers side always act up and cause every other actuator to act up... like a bad kid that gets the rukkus started and ruins things for everyone..