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My central locking will not work on my 2006 TDCI Focus estate, it is the manual locking system. when I lock the doors from the inside they all open up again as I walk away.

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  • joe5856 Feb 01, 2010

    Thanks, but I cannot lock the car from either door on the outside as the central locking refuses to work. Does anyone know why this problem is happening?
    kind regards

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ALL ford focus do that you can not lock the car from the inside only the outside. Its to stop you locking your car keys from inside.

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