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Have a Voyager 2007 model (Australia). The central lock mechanism keeps repeatedly engaging as soon as the left side front door is opened. No problem once engine is turned off and restrarted after a gap. Somebody said I need to replace the whole central locking system. I feel the problem is with the circuit conveying door open to the central computer. Any ideas.

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  • suresh Aug 01, 2009

    Sorry that should be Voyager 1997

  • suresh Aug 03, 2009

    Dear RDJRP



    I did tinker a bit with the wiring connector leading from door to the car body, ie, mainly tried to straighten the wiring loom at the door hinge and it reduce the frequency of lock chatter.... may be you have put me on the right track.

    Might have to go to an auto-electrician to clean the connector and reduce the tension in the loom. Hopefully will not require a wild goose chase trying to replace the whole locking mechanism.



    will keep you posted. - swakhlu

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Your problem is the door jamb wiring, these vans are famous for broken wiries and shorting out together. GOOD LUCK. RDJRP

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  • RDJRP Aug 04, 2009

    thanks for the comment , but you can fix this yourself, remove door panel, remove harness, groment together towards door jam and remove or pull harness from body side, and cut open the harness and repair the wires, all color coded so you cant mix them up. GOOD LUCK RDJRP

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