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Mazda MPV 2000

Power door lock switch not work.But all other work and Keyless entry not work.To get in I have key in.But Alarm works.

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  • vasant_acc Jul 30, 2008

    I changed the power door lock actuator but still don't work.I want to know where is this10 amp fuse labeled ''room'' in mazda mpv 2000 lx model.

    Appreciated the answer.

    Thanks,




  • joseph_hart_ Nov 18, 2008

    Hi,
    My girlfriends van (2001 Mazda MPV) was on the expressway
    when it died, out of nowhere. When I put the key in
    the lights flash and the horn honks about 5 times.
    It will not start. I was told by the dealer that he
    thinks the car thinks it was stolen. This model,
    I guess has a factory passive alarm even though I
    have both remotes and two keys for the car.
    I did not even know the car had an alarm system
    until then. It has never gone off. Does the alarm
    sound like my problem? Is there any way to disable
    this alarm?

    Thanks for any help in advance,

    Joe

  • kevin Jan 14, 2013

    it's in the fuse box...in the van driver side on the floor

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While driving my 2001 Mazda MVP the radio, the indoor lights and the keyless entry stopped working i checked the fuse box and noticed the 10A fuse marked room was blown so i got a new fuse but every time i put a new fuse in it keeps blowing can anyone tell me why this is happening.

Thanks in advance Brina

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

  • RJeremyG Feb 02, 2012

    2003 MPV. Room Fuse would immediately blow when replaced - as a result, no audio, auto doors, interior lights, etc. It would blow without the key in the ignition so I knew it had to be something that operated without the electric being turned on. Started guessing by pulling the fuses for the auto doors then retrying the Room Fuse.. Room Fuse continued to blow. Then went through interior lighting - started taking out bulbs and disconnecting lighting connections trying to isolate the issue.. popped the visor mirrors out and noticed one of the connections had come loose.. reconnected, popped in another Room Fuse, and presto! Everything back to normal - lucky me.

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Try "resetting" your keyless entry code. Which is a fancy way of explaining that I broke my keyless entry key fob and had to order a new one. It came w/ instructions explaining how to get the new fob to speak to the car's computer. It was weird (turn key on and off 3 times, open and close door three times, etc. **I'm sure my neighbors were watching and laughing**), but it worked. I'll scan and email you the insrtuctions if you wish. Dan: dcarterlaw@lycos.com

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It's your visor ...the light in the visors ....same thing happen to me...

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

Where is this fuse is it in driver side or under the front hood?
I check the fuse according to the manual it is ok.Power door lock switch on driver side don't work.I try to press that switch it don't open or close door I do it manually by using door handle.

Posted on Jul 29, 2008

Check your fuses... I replaced a fuse to fix this problem. It was a 10-amp fuse labeled "room"

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Important: Although mode 2 provides increased security, the content theft deterrent system disarms only by pressing unlock on the keyless entry transmitter. This can pose a problem if the keyless entry transmitter is damaged, lost, or inoperative for any reason while you attempt to disarm the content theft deterrent system.
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