...Thank you! Mario yes each door has an actuator. my guess would lead more towards the wiring than the actuator though. you will ave some time testing to see where the power ends and go from
...thing I have read like multiple resets, fuses and still no power to door locks, is there a motor or actuator that it could be? The door locks are controlled with actuators! Located in the door
Could it be the lock actuator? If so, how do I know what to order to replace it? if the passenger side works with the fob and the power button and not the diver it is def the driver door lock actuator
...door wiring circuit..First thing would be to check that there is power actually getting to the switch and then that there is power getting to the actuator...it is built into the latch so the only way ...
...but does not actuate door locks. try to check your door lock/car alarm fuse if still good. if it's still working you have to check the driver seat door if there was no parts of your power door
driver door lock not working Is it a power lock or manual? If its power, your actuator may be bad. Either way, your lock could use some grease so grease your lock either way.
power lock swith in my 97 honda civic lx and change all the correct fuses and the switch still will not open or close all the door lock like it suppose to Probably have a bad door lock actuator on the
...power locks on cars. Lets see if I can help... Take off your door panel, find the small rod that is connected to the door lock itself (the part that actually shows if the door is locked or not) There ...
...door, test the power supplied to the switch to eliminate possible broken wires. If power is being supplied to the switch than it would be a bad switch, and need replacement. Expect to find polarity ...
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