Question about Isuzu Trooper
The 1st thing that happens before you unlock or lock the doors is the key FOB will send a program signal to the body controller to identify the radio frequency signal and digital code process it then activates the door actuator to move the latch up and down. In your case other areas such as windows/sunroof being affected-could possibly be that you have a power issue involving circuit breaker and the master switch. If it was mechanical I don't think it will affect all the doors-its unlocking and locking thru the use of the switch. To draw conclusion-I will say the communications between the key FOB and the Body Controller.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
Try putting the key in and turn it to on so the ign light is on then press and hold both buttons on the fob for 5 seconds switch off and try it. This will work in 8/10 cases since the key is the boss here .
If not its an dealer with a Tech II scanner and you will need your 4 digit security code from Isuzu or the isuzu dealer will have it.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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