Just fixed this problem yesterday (thanks to some other person's forum posting, plus my own diags using info from alldatadiy.com)... If NOTHING (left button, right button, remote keypad) unlocks the door, then the problem is certainly not in any of those mechanisms, its at a point that is common to all of them. Your problem is likely to be the same as mine, and quite easy to fix... In the wiring splices under the carpet on the front passenger side of the van floor. Turns out that there's an AC drain tube that leaks under the carpet and apparently causes corrosion to any splices in the area... So, open the passenger door, remove the plastic sill plate (just pull up on it), and lift up the carpet. You'll probably find that the underside of the carpet is wet. There's a load of wires wrapped up under the carpet there. Remove the tape and search for the 'white' wire. Or, you can just look for two splices (one is for lock (blue), one is for unlock (white)). I almost guarantee you that you'll find this splice to be loose or broken. Just re-do that splice and your lock will probably work. It fixed mine!! Good luck
If the power door locks quit working on a 1979 Corvette, it is due to broken pigtail switches. With age and use, the pigtails break and leaves the power door locks inoperable.
Not necessarily. Keyless entry will have power door locks, but not all power door locks are coupled to a keyless entry system.
Power Door locks (on passenager side) kickpanel. Windows are in the doors. Others Passenager side front near radiator.
power door locks don't work on my 1997 Honda crv
what about them? yeah for real, my door locks work pretty well.
The driver door does not unlock the power locks for a few reasons. This motor could be burned out or the wires could not be attached correctly.
Remove the power locks and windows fuse you will loose power for your windows also
The locks are probably on a different circut than the sliding door. You might check the fuse box under the dash .I think it is in the number 2 spot to see if the fuse is bad. Check your owners manual. If that doesnt work the motor for the power door could be bad. Good luck!
The door locks are actually controlled by by the Body Control Module (BCM), but there is a main fuse where they get power from. That fuse is under the hood, and I have attached a link that shows the location and function of each of the fuses. Good Luck, Greg
No, door locks & trunk-one key; Ignition- different key; I know-I have one
how to disable power door locks on 2003 ford taurus,i don`t have the manual
The power locks can only be engaged from the driver's door. You press down on the door lock on the driver's door and it will lock all the doors. Or you turn the key in the lock to the right in the door lock of the driver's door and it will lock all of the doors.
How do door locks work?
Pull the fuse
mine doesn't have
It can have power locks with out keyless.
"Replacing a power door lock on a 4door pont G6
you need to check the wiring harness that runs under the passenger side door panel on the floor water gets in and causes a bad connection need to replace the bad splice
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 horn relay, the daytime running lights relay and if the vehicle has power door locks, the relay for that too.
all you can do is pull out the fuse for the power locks and lock the doors yourself
My Avalanche tailgate locks when I lock the 4 doors with the remote or door lock
You can program a 2001 Chevrolet Camaro by locking then unlocking the door locks.
They (the locks and the lighter) are on the same #13 fuse, along with the power lumbar support motor.