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2001 F150 electric door locks don't work. Fuse is OK. Locking just got weaker and weaker. Can hear them trying to lock.

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There may be something wrong with door lock motor? I'd have to check for proper voltage and ground circuits. Use a digital multimeter check proper voltage at fuse. The ground is black.
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