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The central locking on my 2004 Toyota Corolla unlocks from the drivers control switch & the key remote but does not want to lock. I can hear a clicking sound coming from the intergration relay when pressing the locking switch on the drivers panel. The central locking will only lock first thing in the morning then not again or will some days work intermittently

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SOURCE: drivers door power lock wont work.

Either the wring going to that motor or the motor itself is bad.

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SOURCE: 2006 Toyota Corolla. The driver's door won't work with remote.

the actuator might have been disconnected from the lock, its attached inside the door, with a metal rod that clips into the actuator, check it out, might be a easy fix, good luck and god bless, please rate me!

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SOURCE: 1997 toyota corolla drivers door lock not working...

http://www.manualowl.com Hope this helps! Jimmy

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