The BMW car owners book has a photo of all the fuses in the fuse box. Check this out and it will show which fuse. The fuse box also has a diagram with fuse numbers for guidance
Under the bonnet there is a fuse bow near the bulkhead. Fuse number 63 is central locking. Its a 20 amp fuse.
Try changing the fuse
Fuse 21 is the central locking & interior light fuse.
The fuse for the central locking mechanism can be located by looking at the diagram on the inside cover of the fuse box. The fuse box is located in the engine compartment.
The fuse for central locking on a Renault Clio is located under the dashboard, near the passenger side. Older models may have the fuse box in the footwell of the car.
behind the glove box on passenger side,remove fuse box and central locking fuse is round the back of it.
In the fuse box.
Fuse numbers 11,13,21
in the fuse box
i dont think there is central locking in them
The central locking fuse on a Chrysler Grand Voyager is in the fuse box under the bonnet, but strangely enough it's labelled 'fuel heater'. Mine regularly blows!
Take out the fuse in fuse box
Fuse F16 rating 30 A which is in the fuse box in the glove box compartment.
If the central locking is still working, then the easiest way to work this out is to pull out each fuse, one at a time only. After you pull one fuse - check the central locking to see if it still works. When the central locking goes dead - that's the fuse that controls it. The other way around - if the central locking is not working - then pull one fuse out at a time and visually inspect it to see if its blown - make sure you replace the fuse with one of the same amperage - ( they will be marked like , 10A for 10 amps, 20A for 20 amps. ) if there are no markings on the fuse - then make sure that if you pull out a RED fuse then replace it with a new one of the same colour. This method of testing car electrical fuses will work for any car equipment.
the 15 fuse in your coin box
pull the fuse out for central locking wait 2 minutes then put back in (fuse box under glove compartment ) hand book will say which fuse then reprogamme remote
wear is the fuse for centrol locking on a vw sharan
Its called a DOME fuse. Its located under the bonnet, in the fuse box next to the battery.
Focus owners do not do Volkswagen.
That would be the DOOR LOCK (30A) Fuse in the Interior Fuse Panel.
in the fuse box under the bonnet its a 15amp blue.
Behind the glove box.should be marked.
Have you checked the central locking fuse (should be in the car, not engine bay) that would be linked to the immobilizer but if the car starts while the Central locking doesn't then changing the fuse might solve the problem.
What do mean fix it? Have checked the fuse has not blown?