Question about Volkswagen Golf V Vw Blue Diecast Model
When I press the key fob once the driver door opens, when I press the fob twice the passenger and back doors should open. However, only the passenger door opens. If I mess around with the key for 15/20 minutes pressing the fob in different combinations one of the back doors will eventually open. Also the door open button on the drivers door will not open the back doors either. Can anyone help open the back doors consistently? reprogram the fob? or tell me how to over ride the fob so I can just open the back door from the inside/manually? Thanks for your help.
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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
SOURCE: vw bora central locking
I would check the electrical wiring connector that connects to the B Pillar (the structure between the front and back doors looking for a pinched wire. If you move the rummer boot around a bit I think you can get a pretty good look at the wires and you will be looking for one that might be dangling loose. If this sort of thing isn't really up your alley a trip to the dealer may be in order.
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
try disconnecting your vehicles battery for about 5 min[remember to have your radio code].reconnect battery and try the central locking again.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Try disconnecting the cars battery for a few minutes.Remember to have your radio code handy as it will go into safe mode.This should reset your convienience control unit[central locking] and it should operate as normal..good luck
Posted on Dec 28, 2009
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