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Alarm when i lock my doors of of my 2002 ford explorer i can go to the drivers side door and open it like it is unlocked but the alarm will go off and it is only the front drivers door how do i fix this

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When you use the manual lock switch on the vehicle you should see and hear the locks pick. When you use your remote you should also see the same results. If the drivers door does not respond with either you have a bad solenoid on the drivers door.

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