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Or know how to fix it? It's a captive bolt which won't come out completely, you'll see the plug moving away from the male side. It's the lower bolt in this pic. Please help me sort it out. http://sistemainmo.com/ford-explorer/ford-explorer-door-locks-not-working.php

They told me that there's a failure with the door lock assembly. 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 Have you had any luck with your locks? Trust me, super easy. 3.

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And the keyless won't unlock the driver door either. ( I have similar issues with my 01 Windstar, so I assume its a Ford issue ) Anyhows, if someone can explain The normal path of the actuators is to ground through the central security module. Throttle Cable Zip Tie Mod Want better throttle response for about 25 cents?

CMOS CMOS View Public Profile View Gallery Find all posts by CMOS #3 03-14-2008, 04:55 PM jdhill95 New User Thread Starter Join Date: Mar 2008 Posts: 5 CMOS, Find More Posts by 97xploder86 Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links Advertisement Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes I broke the tab on the actuator when trying to coax it back into position. 2002 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problems Bought after market actuators on E-bay (WRONG PART) 85 bucks down the drain!!

I noticed mine were very dirty. Ford Explorer Door Lock Diagram I can hear the relay down in the passenger floor board clicking but the door locks will not move. The driver's side door used to open manually, but now I cannot get it to open using my key. Rayz2000Sport, May 27, 2008 #2 bichon New Member Joined: May 2, 2007 Messages: 18 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 City, State: alberta Year and Model: 97xl I had the same

think this is the right part..... 1998 Ford Explorer Door Lock Actuator Question - I have a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee and the right rear door lock makes a loud buzzing sound when I try to unlock the door. Many cars today have computers that are also in the loop when it comes to controlling the door locks. So, I suppose I am not driving anywhere until I get this figured out.

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I had to take out all of the interior light bulbs so that the battery would not die. Then using needle nose I clipped the new hook side to the big hole on the latch mechanism just below the little wire harness you remove when getting the window glide 2000 Ford Explorer Door Latch sandy Santa Ana, CA #12 Jul 17, 2014 I have a 1998 ford explorer. 2000 Ford Explorer Door Lock Actuator This is not really what I consider a do-it yourself type project.

It has never unlocked by using the power switch (I have to pull it up by hand), nor does it lock by using the power switch. weblink Any ideas? 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧John Wangensteen1 year 4 months agoI have an '08 Impalla, Rt. Thanks! 0 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧Mary2 years 3 days agoMy 2012 Chevrolet malibu keyless remote will unlock but will not lock my doors. 0 | Reply - Share sorry you just reminded me of that. __________________ Adam '97 XLT 4.0 SOHC 3.55Open '10 Edge Sport 3.5 DOHC '01 Escape XLT - Gone 3.0 DOHC 97xploder86 View Public Profile 99 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problem

Comments made yesterday: 30,307 • Total comments across all topics: 276,200,665 Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC • Flag inappropriate postPost has been flagged for review • Send feedback • Cancel Change You may see a broken wire which will need to be resoldered with shrink tubing. Have to crawl over back seat from the trunk to get in the car. http://sistemainmo.com/ford-explorer/ford-explorer-4x4-not-working.php There are a couple fuses and relays to check, and also the CSM (Central Security Module - less likely that this is the issue...) .

Any idea whether this is the case with Chrysler products, too? Ford Explorer Door Lock Code moneyguy, January 7, 2009 #11 gulper New Member Joined: February 14, 2009 Messages: 8 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 City, State: buxton nc Year and Model: 99 sport door latch I used a solid, cut-to-fit piece of metal.

If a click is heard but the lock did not engage, a problem with the door lock mechanism or linkage is the most likely cause.

Now proud to be "just another member" :) Rob View Public Profile Visit Rob's homepage! If ALL door locks work only in one direction, either to lock or unlock but not both, then the problem is likely to be a bad door lock switch. works great. 1997 Ford Explorer Door Lock Problems I hope you can shed some light on this mystery… 2004 Honda Accord (4dr) Symptom #1: - when locking/unlocking the car with key fob, key or inside driver door switch, the

I HOPE IT IS THE BATTERY AND NOT A WIRING PROBLEM!!! In this case it's just a matter of removing the door panel and maybe adjusting the linkage and replacing the plastic rod retainer if it was weakened or broken. You can then spray out the electronics with cleaner. his comment is here Sometimes this works after a couple of tries but usually it takes about a minute for the door to unlock.I have taken the inner panel off and found out there is

My friend, who owns the company that installed the alarm system, took a look at it and says it is in the truck, not the alarm system or alarm wiring. Since it doesn't respond to the key fob or the power lock switch the problem is in the lock solenoid or the wiring to the solenoid. Door switches inoperative (neither lock or unlock), third door switch unlocks all but does not lock??? Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading...

Share your thoughts with the world Share on Facebook Now Don't show me this message again today. Carl's Corner - Auto Repair Help DIAGNOSE - POWER DOOR LOCKS DON'T What could be the likely solutuion? 1 | Reply - Share Hide Replies ∧james2 years 6 months agoHey Kev, more than likely the actuators are out, You-tube for a disassembly video thanks to whoever put this out here for us to see! http://www.explorerforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=189495 Mine is in there the way the factory had it, but some people hook the spring back in differently.

Its a real hassel. One locks, the other unlocks!!