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Central locking doesn't always work

I have the same problem, sometimes my central locking won't work and I have to lock the door manually. When I then open the door with the metallic key, only the driver's side opens and then the alarm goes off. Highly embarassing when you're in a store supermarket plus highly inconvenient when you can't open the boot to put things in.

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