Question about 2004 Land Rover FreeLander
The actuator is toast.this happens alot on these.replace the lock actuator.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cental locking on MK 3 GOLF
check wires and plastic vacumme lines in between all the doors.pull rubber boot back look for broken cracked wires and vac lines.same thing on hatch open hatch at the left hinge for the hatch and roof you will see the rubber boot.pull it back look for damaged wires vaclines
Posted on Jun 22, 2008
SOURCE: cental locking
hi check your fuses before anything else if they are ok check your wiring in the drivers door as it seems the drivers door actuator is faulty be carfull if you try to see if you can test by by-passing the actuator all the switches need to be connected before you can test as one feeds the other and vise -versa if no live going to the switch and its not a fuse check the wiring loom where it passes through the door to the a-post as opening and closing the door breaks the wires yates210456
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
might just want door trim taking off and everything given a good squirt of engine oil.No wd 40 or spray stuff it dries out too quick
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
this could be a problem with the convenience control box aparently they suffer from water in and arround the area of the convenience control box First thing to do is lift the carpet and underlay in the passenger front footwell. then remove the plastic trims to make it easier.Locate a black plastic box and open it up to inspect the c/d/lock window control module.You may find it has water in it along with the wiring that runs along the floor to the n/s/f door pillar.Worth a look i suppose...hope that helps
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
SOURCE: My Mitsubishi colt CZ1 (07
Central locking works by way of little electric motors that engages and disengages the door lock. The drivers door has an additional set of contacts in the actuator which signal the controller when it changes position. The controller activates the servo motors when a signal is received from the receiver or from the drivers door servo motor. So in your case I suspect the motor part of the drivers door actuator is done for.
To replace you will have to remove the inner driver's door panel to get at the actuator. The actuator itself cannot be repaired and needs to be replaced as a unit.
Posted on Apr 29, 2011
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