The problem is with the lock segment itself. The unit is made with some cheap type of alloy and the tip that goes into the bracket that locks the door is 99% of the time broken. I got a replacement lock from the junk yard and jury-rigged mine. You may have to do the same. Good luck!!
doors locks & trunk lock not working
there isn't one. it locks with the door locks. unlocks when doors are unlocked. doesn't pop open you do it by pushing in the door on the front side.
There is no latch. The fuel door locks/unlocks with the doors.
There is a fuse blown I think is f31
go back to the dealer
On my 1992 190E I can lock the trunk with any of the keyed locks. If you lock the doors, the trunk locks and if you lock the trunk, the doors lock. In other words all the keyed locks are electrically interconnected. In reality the locks are not electrically interconnected. There is a pump in the right side wheel well of the trunk, it uses vacuum to lock all the locks and pressure to unlock them. Although the pump is powered electrically, the locks are not.
I removed the 75 amp fuse in the trunk box of my 93 400sel, left it out for 5 mins and put it back, all vac locks work again
I replaced the drivers door switch on mine and it took care of the problem
does it have a child proof lock syetem that locks from drivers door?
The gas cover is sometimes locked when the trunk locks. Therefore, unlock the trunk and the gas cover will be unlocked..
from what im told the locks on the car are vacuum lines, perhaps your vacuum isn't working or the lines have popped off.
It is interesting that you make that observation. I am not sure all owners would agree with you.
Each of the four doors has a vacuum element that locks/unlocks each lock. The vacuum pump also called a pse pump is located under rear seat next to the battery. This pump supplies the vacuum to each of the door locks when activated.
No it can't. The compressor breaks internally and that is why it locks up
the door lock actuator is bad. it is located in the drivers door panel
On a 1995 Ford Explorer : In the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) located in the engine compartment on the drivers side ( in the 2nd row from the drivers side , and in the 3rd space from the firewall end of the box , is a 30 amp maxi fuse for the power door locks , power windows , and power seats )
IT is under the drivers seat (it is a security module connected to the windows door locks and moon roof )but the memory for that stuff is on the drivers door beloe the arm rest.
On to of the fridgerator where you left them stupid!
Press the brake before you move it out of park
The fuses in the 1989 Mercedes 300 control things like the lighting system, the door locks, the wipers, and the instrument gauges. The fuses also control the trunk latch and the turn lights and brake lights.
try oriely auto parts they have really cool cylinder locks
It's probably a loose connection, but it might be the switch.
Broken wire from master switch to other windows. Usually in the hinge area of the door.
The drivers door window switch is the master; all power runs thru it first. check the breaker if that is good, I would pull the switch at the drivers door and test both sides of ot; it may just be a loose connection. Power locks are a unrelated/seperate circuit.