Question about 2005 Peugeot 405
The rear passenger door of my peugeot 205 won't lock using the remote, it just makes a 'rude noise' and I have to lock it maually, it will unlock with the remote though. I have taken the door panel off, and can see some wires going to the lock, but it is hidden behind the door metal, and only by undoing the three screw that hold the lock in, would I be able to get this out.
I am afraid I will not be able to put the rods and lock back again, can anyone give me some guidence / instructions please?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
open the door pull the rubber boot back that houses the wiring loom you will find that there are a number of wires broken if doable solder them back to gether and insulation tap them up, you should find this solves your problem.
your noise should and your windows should work if there are to many wires brocken you can get a new loom from the dealer
this is a very common problem i do 2 ore 3 of these a day
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: Remote only unlocking 3 doors
HI,WHEN YOU REMOVE DOOR PANEL,AT DOOR LOCK YOU WILL SEE PLUG WITH RED ITEM PULL THIS AND IT WILL RELEASE PLUG, GIVE IT A CLEAN,AND TRY LOCKS AGAIN. ALSO IF YOU HAVE PROBS WITH CODED BUTTONS,THEY DO WEAR,JUST LOOK IN YOUR HANDBOOK,AND CHANGE CODE WITH FRESH BUTTONS.THANKS
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Deep joy. This can be a royal pain. The only way I have successfully done this is to put a battery charger on the car overnight, locked, and then when the battery is sitting at about 15v unlock it with the remote - when the lazy deadlock is stirred into action. It can take a couple of attempts. It really is incredibly difficult to get to. Otherwise, its most easily a case of breaking the unit...though you could try taking the leads off and applying 18v to the solonoid directly. That was my next move, but never needed to get there. You can however stop the deadlock from locking, by cutting one of the wires, test using a multimeter which one is live when you arm the alarm/deadlock the car. Thats also the one to apply 18v to if you want to.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
the "unit"is inside the rear door(each door has its own)and the reason 206 didnt come up is this is primarily an American website but as i live in the uk.....you could spray wd40 into the lock mechanism,may be cheaper than replacing reciever.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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