let go of the button
Check the fuse and relay.
Check to see if one of the door buttons are stuck or a wire may be bad.
disconnect the fuse that works the locks.
You get rid of your door then no-one can come in and make it go down.
The power door locks on a Dodge Caravan can stop working if the fuse is bad. Check the power door lock relay fuse that is located in the engine compartment on most Dodge Caravans. It should be next to the battery.
The problem is that your door locks / latches are sticking. Spray some WD-40 on all the door jams/locks including the rear door hatch. The problem will stop.
It depends on which vehicle you are speaking of. There are usually specific instructions in your owners manual for this. It usually involves using the ignition switch and your remote.
doors locks & trunk lock not working
locks are important so that bouts can go up and down hills and dams are importan to stop flooding
I had a situation with my elect. door locks going and going no stop while driving. I went to Jeep dealership and found out that a module is in the passenger door panel which operates the locks and windows & security system. Also another one on the drivers side. They disconnected the one on the passenger side and the problem fixed. but can't operated windows and lock doors manually. My drivers door still locks auto. the new module was $389.00 from Jeep plau labor so ...were talking about $800.00 plus for this repair from dealership.....I don't think so.
Close the door
I had all four of my door locks stop working. I was told it was the actuators and for $250.00 per actuator (my only local Ford dealership) I could have them fixed. Back to manual for me.
you have a short some where on the door wiring take the door panel out and get a DVOM and test it or else bring it to a local shop and get it test it
Start with checking for blown fuses.
It is for going up steep hills and 4 wheel drive, it locks the tramission into a gear in order to stop it shifting down on a steep climb and stressing the gearbox/Engine
The fuse for the power door locks is labeled courtesy or "crtsy". The only way that the power door locks would stop working altogether (no switch will trigger any door lock) is by blowing a fuse or possibly cutting a main wire to the door lock system. If somebody has worked on your electrical system or if you have had a car stereo or alarm system installed this would be a lickely scenario.
Yes, Pull the fuse out of the fusebox
look on the side of the door and find where your door locks on to the frame and use your finger to flip the horseshoe looking locking devise closed (push down toward ground- then when you want to close the door normal pull handle and flip devise up-
Probably a blown fuse or bad relay.
You need to tell us what the fault is. If the locks have become difficult to turn with the key (as Ford locks do) then just squirt some Duck Oil (Duck Oil is now a Swarfega brand) into them. A squirt of Duck Oil will also stop your locks from freezing up in the Winter.
fuse bad, lost ground or relay
Not as well as closing the door...
Fuse number 23 in the passenger compartment box is blown. It caused the following devices to stop working: Door lock switches (but not the locks), Interior lights, radio lights, A/C climate control, overhead console quit.