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When i lock al my doors on my 2004 Chrysler pacifica from my keychain all doors lock except for the driver door. The alarm is still activated but if someone tries to open the driver door it will open and...


This can happen If you have used the IGN. key to unlock the drivers door after you locked them from the fob. This can also be caused by a stuck button on the drovers door. Check the drivers door all buttons to see if any are stuck. If you do not have any stuck buttons. Try this, from inside the car, with out the car running, use the button on the drivers door to "lock all doors". Then use the fob to unlock them, then get out and press the lock button on the fob twice real quick. This should cause the drivers door to lock as the others. Hope this helps Fix Ya Up.

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LOST KEY AND REMOTE TO A 1996 DODGE CARAVAN, i WENT TO DODGE TO HAVE NEW KEY MADE AND WAS GOING TO GO BACK FOR NEW REMOTE, HOWEVER IN THE MEAN TIME i LOCKED VEHICLE AND NOW IT WON'T REPROGRAM BECAUSE IT IS...


If unlocking the Van via the door locks wont disarm the alarm it's because the alarm harness have become detached. The door panel will have to be removed and the harness manipilated manually to disarm the alarm. Or you can have a new remote programed

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their is a metal bar that connects to the door lock ,and the drive for this bar on the back of the lock has broke ,regular thing this the bar is only about 3 euros and comes in a bag with all the other little bits as well,look on end of door and behind the a rubber grommet in line with the door handle ,take this screw out ,open door handle and pull towards end of door and the handle comes off .then you will see what i mean

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Faulty alarm


your driver side door alarm switch may be stuck. use your key to lock and unlock the passenger door. this should turn the alarm and kill switch off. the red light on the dash should go off.

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Keyless remote


Disconnect the battery from your car (negative cable only) overnight. Make sure you have your radio reset code before doing so.

Then reconnect after 10 hours, and make sure you have remote handy as alarm may go off. Then if that doesnt fix it, go to driver door, then insert master key, pull up on handle first all the way and hold it. Then turn the key slowly all the way so the doors unlock and continue turning the key. This will reset the central locking system as yours may have gotton stuck. then remove key let go of handle, open door and try to lock and unlock doors from switch inside car.

Then try remote. It should work, this is what the dealer will do and charge you about $350...if it doesnt work order a new remote b/c yours may have become damaged by liquid or dropping?

Have a great day,

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Horn blowing and car wont start


Same problem on 98 Jetta at about 9 yrs of age.  Wiring harness was an expensive job.  Dealer replaced all wires going to doors so that alarm isn't mistakenly triggered by opening doors.  Dealer offered to remove alarm for a few hundred dollars, but couldn't assure us that the key fob would still open the door locks.  Who wants to give up power locks? My hunch is that wire in driver's door breaks with flexing over 9 years.  Could consider replacing short stretches of wire in hinge of drivers door if you're handy with a soldering iron.  

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