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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
fuse 56 and 57 control central locking,the issue is caused by surges typically in the front door lock actuators, normally at a dealer they would replace fuse 56 and 57 with a 20a mini fuse and if still occuring repl the door lock(s) that dont work or typically both front, first replace fuse 56 and 57 with 20a fuses as were too small from factory and than operate ten to 15 times, if it doesnt work at first dont panic,let the car go to sleep which takes about 16 min and than try again this problem has nothing to do with the key fob or the lock unlock button inside,also the fuses are located behind the glove box just rere the access panel and they are found at lower left section
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
for a starting point,open the door look in the front see if the hose is chopped in two,
if okand looks intacked,
replace the main door switch
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
does it work with the switch (both drivers and passengers side?)
It could be the actuator is burned out its self if it doesn't work at all, or you have a broken wire in the door boot.
Other option is its a fault of the BCM. The door lock communications is a data signal on the cars CAN network... when do remote starts on a 01 GM product I use an interface module that will control the door locks, otherwise on certain models you have to wire into the circuit board in the drivers window switch as its the main control for the door locks when using the switch
Posted on Jan 07, 2012
SOURCE: How can i fix a door that won't unlock on a 2002 Lincoln LS I can hear the lock trying to unlock but isn't unlocking door on rear driverside ,I have had this happeh on the other side as well but was a
This is usually caused by a broken actuator motor. You should be able to find the replacement part online and change it yourself of have someone change it for you. I've changed 2 so far on my 2003 Mazda and it was not the easiest to do since there is very little space inside the doors to work but it is doable. Look for instructions regarding the specific model to see where the actuator motor is located and how to replace it.
Posted on Jun 30, 2014
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