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Make sure the brakes are applied, trans in park, have your tasty cold beverage handy, and the radio is on. They don't even make a noise. What was Ford thinking? David Q. : Follow Up after following this procedure. navigate here

Thanks Chris : FANTASTIC FIX I have a 1999 F-150. There are several things that can cause the power door locks not to work properly. Will not not unlock the door. Paul Cabrera 371,405 views 4:03 Loading more suggestions...

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Funny you should bring up switch failures today of all days, my back left window won't respond anymore, neither the rear switch or the front switch will work, so i'm assuming ERNIE THANKS EVERYTHING U SAID WAS RIGHT ON DID BOTH DOORS Larry : Drivers door lock OK, my drivers side door lock does not work when the truck is off but Will see all the plastic rivets covered in some sealer. You can then spray out the electronics with cleaner.

I can hear all 3 doors clicking except the driver side front door. Then reinstall on the latch assy, making sure the rod on the lock motor is lined up with the locking arm on the latch. Loading... 2002 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problems Reply » Report Abuse Judge it!

Can anyone tell me how to remove those rods?ThanksScottVA I had the same problem with my 2001 Explorer. the rest of the window in the car are working. just did this today. It will unlock with the key, just not with the key fob or electric button on the inside.

This problem started while at the dealer getting a winter service. 1998 Ford Explorer Door Lock Actuator Radar Detector Wiring Installation Radar Detector Installation Instructions. PRECAUTIONS, TIPS, and NOTESAn inspection of the rubber boot and wiring harness that connects from the door frame and the door can often reveal wiring damage. Its a real hassel.

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David Rhoades : Date: June 10, 2016 @ 5:23 pm My rear passenger door wont always unlock with the Fob. If you look on the RAP module you can see the factory code. 2000 Ford Explorer Door Latch I then took the good hook end and hooked it just above the yellow block on the lowest thread. 2000 Ford Explorer Door Lock Actuator Ford Explorers also have a few BUS issues that can be related to door lock security module, or wiring shorting out that goes from the door into the body.

I have a fiat punto. check over here Works fine - two years now. Any ideas? 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧John Wangensteen1 year 4 months agoI have an '08 Impalla, Rt. The only problem is while the passenger door works fine, the drivers door works opposite!! 99 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problem

USUAL CAUSEThe power door locks utilize individual solenoids in each of the doors that activate the door lock mechanism. i think the only difference i have now is the door actually shuts with a thud sound. Bill : Door Locks My door locks were sluggish for quite some time. his comment is here I remember seeing a thread about this about a month ago.

I think Ill try that on the other doors. Ford Explorer Door Lock Code Find all posts by bryanswens #10 04-03-2008, 01:35 PM base497 New User Join Date: Apr 2008 Posts: 5 All Door locks inoperative Your lock problem sounds similar to Is it possible that something is interfering with the signals from Fob to the car?

I am not really clear on where the spring was connected originally, reason being I found it once the good end was unhooked and the broken end was still in place.

I just used the same spring and bent a new hook on it. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... Any one have a schematic, I have wiring diagram and shop manual, but difficult to trouble shoot without schematic from here on; without removing components and "easter egging" reoal View Public 1997 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problems Aftermarket Products Air Intakes, Air Filters & Ram Air Audio & Video Systems, Navigation, Satellite Radio & Mobile Electronics Ford In-Vehicle Tech

Skip navigation UploadSign inSearch Loading... My vehicle was just gotten into last night (probably a crime of opportunity) and my GPS was stolen and I'm getting annoyed. I'm pretty sure the BCM or something on it is causing this. weblink I also had the dreaded busted spring, on the driver side door, on my 2001 XLT Explorer.

could it be a bad switch? 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧Carl2 years 3 months agoHi, my passenger door locks/unlocks both doors but my driver side door works independently Find More Posts by ExploderMRC 05-24-2007, 04:50 PM #5 Rob Senior Member Join Date: Sep 2003 Location: California Posts: 19,808 Exploder, yeah I guess, I never really thought Darrell_TX Kyle, TX #2 Aug 5, 2007 I had the same problem with my 98 explorer.