I would locate the fuse in the fuse box and remove the fuse, that's not fixing the problem but it will stop the automatic locking.
one of your doors or bonnet not shut we had the same problem but they will only flash on double locking
inside the locking unit in the door is a plastic screw jack that breaks. it can be repaired easily if you can trace the part. easy fix Simon
I have had this problem. The central locking system checks that all of the doors are closed when it is activated. So it has a loop of wires that goes through all the doors (when the doors are closed the loop is complete and the central locking stays locked) What is happening is, some of the wires in the loop have snapped, his happens in the doors, (if you look in the door when it is open, on the hinge side, you will see a black rubber tube that contains the wiring). All of the door wiring will need to be checked and broken wires repaired - this should solve the problem.
9 times out of 10 its because of the side door there is a little black switch on the door that pops out when the doors open and back in when its closed this tells the locking system that its not locked so it re opens the doors try uncliping the switch and locking this should work Another problem that causes this is a broken earth wire to the door locking motors both front and the rear doors,it doesnt seem to matter about the side door.
The central locking means if you lock the door of the driver side by the key from outside or from inside then all the four doors and the boot door gets locked. And inversely if you open then all doors open. Key less entry is a bit advanced version of this wherein you don't have to turn the key to lock or unlock. In this a small console is fitted inside the car and you get a remote key chain with buttons for locking and uncloking. You press the button for locking and the all the doors lock and similarly unlock as well.
Doors are not locking and the dashboard says boot open whenever the ignition key is turned on
Pretty much everything. It said so in a comic of Doctor Who Magazines. I can give you some examples: Unlocking Doors, Giving sonic boosts, Locking Doors, shorting out electricity, fixing barbed wire, exploding stuff, upgrading phones and many more useful stuff. Hope this helps.
i dont think there is central locking in them
open the doors and spray the locking mechanisms withwd40
brown/red to lock the doors brown/white to unlock the doors
I think that on your VP commodore when you say that the central locking is not working that the problem is with the rear doors, and when this happens the problem is when the solenoid on the door lock assembly has given out,so make sure that all of the wiring to the doors is good, plus the remote is working right then ,if still not working go to the wreckers and get a rear door lock mechanism out of a VS commodore and the newer part should work.
You have a sensor in the ignition locking system that needs to be replaced. To cheeply get by the problem take out the locking relay.
Locking your doors is just plain provides better protection. Besides being ejected which is a subject I know nothing about, anyone can walk up to you car and open the door if it is left unlocked. Locking your doors makes you slightly less vulnerable to predators and muggers.
does it have a door ajar switch. if it does, may be stuck or faulty. there is no door jar switch
Are they staying on? Which is typically the problem Spray door internal locking mechanism liberally with WD-40 and opem and close doors a few times--then spray with silicone--should solve problem (common to this vehicle)
its the locking of the driver and passenger door with the key that operates he alarm. the only way round it is to lock the drivers and passengers doors from reaching in via the back doors or obviously locking the passenger sides before getting out by pushing th pin down then get out of the car and lock the drivers door by reaching in from the rear drivers door.
locking their doors..... standing away from people who had it....
Doors locking when you walk away from them is in the future so no they would not lock when you walk away.
By using central locking system of cars, passenger can lock or unlock all the doors of car pressing a button or flipping a switch.
Many vehicles have a programming method associated with the door locking and driving lights. To find out more about it, check in the owners manual.
Mine has the same problem, and it is because the doors are sagging slightly. Instead of paying to have it repaired, I just roll the windows down very slightly, and it solves the problem until I can afford to fix the doors.
X reg doors have a different wiring harness to W reg doors, swap red wire with blue wire and the door will work in sinc with other doors. renault dealership
Locate and remove the relays involved.
A new central locking pump is needed.