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Central locking Hi all, I have just acquired a 2003 E320 CDI which is a great car. I do have a problem where the central locking on the passenger side (UK) doesn't work properly .... the locks "bounce" and it sometimes takes a few attempts for the locks to engage. Any ideas? Regards JD

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You would have to take apart the door panel and check were the lock rod is their is a rubber copling which needs to be lubricated
with silicone grease,check the operation before you install door panel if is working ok,you dont have any other problem,but if it does'nt work you would need to replace complete latch.

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