Question about Ford Focus
Well, first check all your locking wiring are they properly connected and in good condition?
Second check your locking/unlocking door mechanism is it still in good order, the way to test is is very simply.
Get a good gauge electrical wire, about 50 cm with positive and negative coding, connect one ground cable to battery negative post and the other to the positive post. Ensure they never touch each other. Connect each wire to the two wires on the lock mechanism body, if one way did not work try reversing the connection.
If the lock still in good condition it will click pusing the locking/unlocking arm on the mechanism.
Good luck to try this out.
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Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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