Question about 2002 Ford F250 Super Duty SuperCab
Sounds like you have an electric lock actuator going bad. It only takes one and they all act up.The vehicle security module and the switches share the same ground. It is ground #900. Located on the left C pillar. Check to see if the ground is clean and tight. You can disconnect one actuator at a time. If you disconnect the bad one, the rest will function.Did you have any doors making a loud grinding noise when the locks were applied?if yes, start with that one. If no, start with the drivers door.The drivers lock actuator sees more work than the rest since it unlocks by itself on the first push of the remote.If this is something you do not want to do,try the find a repairman option at the bottom of the page. If you need more help,don't hesitate to drop a line.Good Luck
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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