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Door lock problem

I have a 1999 ford expediton xlt and am having problems with my automatic door locks. They will not lock or unlock. What could the problem be?

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I have an expedition with the same problem.To fix it just spray some PB blaster on locking mechanisms.WD 40 works also but may melt the wiring harness.I used wd 40 and I have had no problems since. GOOD LUCK.

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