Did you check the fuses in the power distribution box under the hood?
There is no way to do this. There are child-proof locks on the sliding doors.
Check your fuses.
Check the fuses.
Try checking the fuses.
Start with checking for blown fuses.
check the circuit braeker
Check fuses and fuse block for loose connections
Check the fuses and the relay that controls the door locks. A power loss is the most likely cause of the problem.
check your relay or your fuses. if the fuses are good replace the relay (under 10 bucks) if things still don't work try replacing your switches.
did you check the fuse in both the car and under the hood?
Pull the fuse
Look at the diagram on the fuse box cover. It will answer both questions.
Easy, just stroll into a ford dealer, ask for a new fuse, then ask where they go. He will show you.
the library should have a shop manual for this vehicle, you can make copies of the right sections :)
Check fuses and relays
You need to check your fuses.
Umm, it depends exactly what vehicle you're talking about.
If there are no blown fuses in your Lincoln ls, then there could be a short in the wires causing your power locks to not work.
All fuses are under the hood, next to the battery.
Have you checked the relays?
Bad relay, most likely.
Remove the power locks and windows fuse you will loose power for your windows also
Key combination [Windows+L] locks Windows XP.
It looks like you have burned some fuses... You need to check both fuses boxes (in the engine compartment, and next to the driver in the cabin).