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Power Door Locks #964494 09/22/09 08:39 PM
My locks do not work anymore.
Can still lock all doors by pushing the locks down by hand, where as before I just had to push down the drivers side lock and all doors locked.
Also, when I unlock the passenger side door from the outside it unlocks all but the drivers door for about 2 seconds, then they all lock again.

Any Ideas Guys?
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Re: Power Door Locks #964495 09/23/09 03:38 AM
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jays2001 Offline
take the door cover off and check the conecters of the lock to see if there is corosion on conection, just a guess

01 w/31 in. mtr,winch,elec.fan ,4 in.suspension lift and 4in. body lift,front and rear hitch. NOT ENOUGH POWER so V8 and solid axles coming soon.2013
Re: Power Door Locks [Re: jays2001] #964496 09/23/09 05:43 AM
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SKC Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
It sounds like contact problem. Also, did you leave the window open during a light rain? That might also be the cause, it is is just let it dry out.

Re: Power Door Locks [Re: SKC] #964497 09/23/09 06:43 PM
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logansportage Offline
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Pull the fuse for the power door locks to reset the system.
If you have a key fob that allows you to unlock the doors you'll need to resetting this too.

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Re: Power Door Locks [Re: logansportage] #964498 09/23/09 06:50 PM
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budicexxx Offline
Getting the Wheeling Fever
just wondering if the rear doors are on a seperate fuse as my rear door locks use to work then they both stopped working at the same time. That is both rear doors front work good.

2001 sporty, tj rear springs with rav4 shocks, ford alloys machined centers with 30x9.5x15, front spacers. more upgrades to come.
Re: Power Door Locks [Re: budicexxx] #964499 09/23/09 07:07 PM
SKC - I never leave the windows down, unless I can see it.

logansportage - Pulled the fuse yesterday when I did the window fuse and nothing. Don't have a remote for this one. The key unlocks and locks all doors. When I use the key to unlock the Drivers side door I turn it once to unlock the one door then again to unlock the rest. Now they should stay unlocked but they lock again after about 1 second or so on their own. When I do the passenger door this way it does all but the drivers door for only a second or so, so you need to be fast. Got it down to an art to open both passenger doors...lol...turn, turn, pull handles.

budicexxx - As far as I know my doors are on one 30amp fuse

If I am not explaining this well enough please let me know so I can write it down differently....lol

Last edited by openskys; 09/23/09 07:09 PM.

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