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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: VW Golf 2002 central locking
this sounds like a stuck switch in the door lock assembly. it will make the locking system work like its got a mind of its own. The best fix is to first try cleaning the latch on the door it has a switch to tell the car if the latch is open/closed. Use an old tooth brush with some degreaser scrub the base of the latch on the door. After its cleaned up relube it with some white grease or dry graphite. Then try the lock again. If this doesn't solve it then the lock assembly has a faulty switch inside and replacement is the best option
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
check Ebrake is down all the way or
brake fluid is low in master cyl
worst can be bad ground in the wiring harness
causing light to flicker
Posted on Sep 22, 2009
You need to periodically check all the fluids in your truck. Even if you go to a lube place for service, at least watch the lube guy do it so you can be sure it is done. The warning light usually means service required, or imminent failure. You at least need to check the brake fluid in the master cylinder.
Brake fluid will attract water and I do change my fliud atout every 2 years by pressure bleeding.
Air in the system will give a warning light and spongy feel to the brakes.
Hopefully you just need to add fluid to the FULL line. But when was the last time you had your brake pads replaced? As the pads wear the fluid goes to the wheel hydraulics to keep what is left of the pads near the rotor/drums.
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Posted on Oct 22, 2009
SOURCE: Heating and AC problem.
I had the same thing on the same model car. Sounded like I had a gerbil living (running around in a little wheel) in my dashboard. I think the replacement part is called an accuator (it is relatively inexpensive) but the whole dashboard has to be removed to put it in. It controls the opening and closing of the vents. Apparently even taking the dashboard off is not as difficult as dealers often indicate - but they bill for a lot of time - so the job is an expensive one unless you do it yourself. I ended up having a friend do it for me.
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
Likely to be caused by the actuators in the lock mechanism failing usually causing the door to remain locked. The boor door can also fail this way, as do the front side doors. Replacement requires the whole lock unit to be replaced at a cost of roughly £60 a lock, and a hours work. Helps if you have small hands. Requires a full strip down of the door and you will need the lock unit, trim clips (a few quid) and a trim removal tool (tenner). You can bodge with a flat head screwdriver, but the tool does help prevent damage to the clips & trim panel.
Posted on Feb 22, 2010
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