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Hello! Here is procedure to remove spare tire...Guru...saailer
Park on a level surface and put on the emergency brake. If the car is near the side of a road, switch on the hazard lights.
Locate the tire repair kit. It consists of a jack, a jack rod
and a wheel nut wrench. In the regular cab, pull the entire seat bench
forward. The tools are located behind the drivers seat. The King cab
model has a tool case located directly behind the driver's seat. The Crew cab stows the tools behind the back bench. Pull the bench forward and remove the tools.
Insert the square end of the jack rod into the square hole in the nut wrench. This gives the jack rod a handle.
Find an oval shaped hole in the back of the truck under the
middle of the tailgate. Look through the hole and find the winch for the
spare tire. It is a circle with two notches.
Insert the T-shaped end of the jack rod into the hole. Slip the T-shape into the double notched circle of the winch.
Turn the jack rod counterclockwise to lower the spare tire to the ground.
When the tire is completely lowered to the ground, remove the center retainer chain and pull the tire out from under the truck.
Wind the jack rod clockwise to completely retract the retainer chain
crew cab,use a 50 torx in front bolts ,15mm on a ratchet on back bolts slide seat belt buckles throu seat crack ,fold rear of seat down ,lay seat with hinge toward floor slide out door (note watch brackets ,will scratch door pannals)
This is not real clear to me, sounds like the locks don't work when pressing the lock side of the button ( as in the unlock works ). If so, the lock actuator is most likely the cause.
If this is the PDL do not have power to them, did you check fuses 6, 40, 18 & 107 ? The PDL are controlled by the VSM ( Vehicle Security Module ) which these fuses are associated with it. If you have a door keypad, does it still illuminate when you press a button ?
If installed, and it does not, could be the connector to the VSM or the ground to it. The VSM is mounted on the rear cab wall, behind the seat back in the Super Cab and Super Crew cab configurations. There is a thread in here on removing the rear seat, to get to it.
Usually the problems seen with the connector are for the auto lamps, so I would suspect the ground wire ( seen this 2 times, not real common ).
I would say look for a custom box off ebay or build one behind rear seat. Im not shure if you can fit a small truck box behind there but you may be able to. It would sound pretty good behind rear seat. Hope this helps