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Are the door locks on a fuse

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Door locks are fused and most are run from a relay. Don't buy anything until the lock system is properly diagnosed so you do not end up buying parts that are not needed and can't be returned

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2006 f150 door locks just stoped working where would the fuse be located at ?


Your owner's manual will show location of all fuses. You don't have one? Buy a cheap shop manual and I bet you will use it many times for other issues.

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Hi there key dont work


it could be a problem with the central locking unit. you would need to have the system red on a obd read that does this part of the vehicle, you could try to reset the system key in ignition turn to number 2, press fob doors should lock and unlock with the button pressed. as for the side door this is controlled by the front door on that side this door has to be locked and the pin moved in the lock to send the power to lock the side door. with the central locking not working on the system and you manually locking it it may not be going all the way to lock both doors. or the central locking is not working at all. the fuse for central locking is in the main fuse box.

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Central locking system


check central locking system fuse it controls all door locks and other acessories.need go to dealership buy remote keys..

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Remote not locking the doors


If the key fob (remote?) unlocks the doors, the car access system presumably is working. This leaves the body-gateway module (BGM)which controls the locking/unlocking function. In the front fuse holder, there are four fuses, all of which supply power to the BGM. They are: 30A fuse F18, 30A fuse F10, 30A fuse F12, and 10A fuse F29. If the fuses check OK, The problem may lie in the door system locks which have both an unlock motor and a lock motor The motor or switches may be defective

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2003 remote control for 2005 van?


Transmitter Programming
If you lose a transmitter, program the old and new transmitter(s) into the remote control door lock receiver's memory. Up to 4 transmitters may be programmed.


Important
Once the remote control door lock receiver enters the programming/diagnostic mode, the programming of the first transmitter erases all previous transmitter programming information, requiring the programming of all transmitters.

Program only 1 vehicle remote control door lock receiver at a time. If more than 1 receiver is being programmed at the same time, it is possible that the same transmitter could be programmed to more than 1 remote control door lock receiver.


Perform the following steps in order to program the transmitter:

Remove the ignition key from the ignition lock cylinder.
Remove the BCM PRGRM fuse from the fuse panel. Refer to Fuse Block in Wiring Systems.
Close all of the doors.
Close the liftgate.
Turn the ignition lock cylinder to ACC.
Turn the ignition lock cylinder to OFF, and then back to ACC within 1 second.
Open and close any vehicle door. A chime will be heard when the system enters the BCM programming/diagnostic mode.

Important
After 7 seconds, a chime may be heard confirming successful synchronization. It is necessary to wait approximately 14 seconds for a second chime that will confirm successful programming.


Press and hold the transmitter LOCK and UNLOCK buttons simultaneously for 14 seconds.
Repeat the previous step on each additional transmitter to be programmed.
Remove the ignition key from the ignition lock cylinder.
Install the BCM PRGRM fuse back into the fuse panel. Refer to Fuse Block in Wiring Systems. IF THIS WAS HELPFUL,PLEASE RATE,THANK YOU

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Central door lock system not working


CHECK THE DOOR LOCKS MAIN FUSE.

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Power locks on 04 jeep liberty not working


Most of the times on jeeps and all chrysler auto's they have a body control modual this is what controls your door locks , windows ect. It should be in the owners manual for all fuse location and identification. A shop with a scanner can check the door lock system for you. body control moduals go bad alot on all chyslers and if you buy one you need to buy it from the dealership they will program it . So check the owners manual for a fuse and then have the body control mod checked

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2000 Mercury Cougar Power door locks do not work on either door


Power door locks are on the same fuse as the alarm system. The fuse is located in the passenger compartment fuse panel under the steering wheel. There is a pull down lever that will release the fuse box. The fuse for the alarm system/locking system is #25. Yellow color and a 20 ampere rating.

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My central locking locks then unlocks straight away


as a mechanic, i would suggest you first make sure all your doors are closing properly, if they are you may just need to pack your central locking system with powdered graphite, you can buy it from any good parts supplier, if that doesn't fix it you would be well advised to take it to your mechanic

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