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2009-12-28 16:28:11
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AnswerYes, mine is. I have a 94 escort gt, and only have one type of key.

-However, I have a 1990 Ford Bronco II Eddie Bauer, and I have two keys which will only open and lock the doors, and two keys that will only operate the ignition.


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I have a 2001 Nissan quest,recently my door locks are malfunction,when I pull the door in it locks,when key in ignition it locks,what cause this problem?

all cars start of with matching locks/ignition and key so the ignition or locks must have been changed

AnswerIf the key will rotate in the door locks, but not in the ignition switch then the key is not going in all the way due to debris in there, the steering wheel lock is binding the ignition lock (fix by rocking wheel back and forth while turning key) or mechanical failure of lock internals.

No, door locks & trunk-one key; Ignition- different key; I know-I have one

The Automatic Door Locks can be enabled or disabled by performing the following procedure: # Close all doors and place key in the ignition. # Cycle the ignition switch On and Off 4 times ending up in the Off position. # Depress the power lock switch. # A single chime will indicate the completion of the programing.

2001 GMC Serria, power door locks.Driver side works perfect.Passager side does not.Pushing switch either side locks driver door but not passenger door.What is wrong

There is no "master" reset button for door locks. If they are not working, there is a problem either at: # The individual door lock actuator inside the door # A problem with the switche(s) - the main switch on the driver's door handle, or the switch on the individual door.

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.

Undo the chrome ring at the front of the ignition, the ignition switch assembly can then be removed from the back of the dash. Unplug the lead in the back remove the ignition switch & throw it in the bin. You could try drilling the barrel out, it would probably be best to buy a complete new assembly, you wont get the old barrel out without a key. You will also need new door locks.

When i bought my thunderbird the key to the ignition didnt fit the door locks so i had to replace the locks. That might be the best answer. :]

It is behind the back door and have a switch.

If it was made before '92, it's not supposed to.

Usually you can find the switch on the doors themselves. Open the door and look on the part near the latch. Sometimes, there is a switch by the driver if the car has power locks.

it is a switch problem most likely if door and window use same fuse then try the switch itself for the locks

This worked on a Mazda6 and a RX-8. 1. Open Drivers door and leave open. 2. Lock and unlock the drivers door using the power lock switch on door panel. (not sure if this is required) 3. Insert key into the ignition. 4. Turn key to the ON and OFF position 3 times in 10 seconds. Leave key in ignition. ( i have seen others say 24 seconds for 4 & 5 combined) 5. Open and close drivers door 3 times ending with door in the open position. (you can depress the door switch instead) 6. Door locks should respond by locking and unlocking. 7. Press any button on remote 2 times. Doors should lock and unlock. 8. If programming a second remote press any button 2 times on it and door locks should cycle again. 9. Remove key from ignition and door locks will cycle again. 10. Test remotes. I just tried this and it also works on Mazda MPV....Thanks!

I discovered the answer to this accidentally. The door child locks are controlled by the same switch that controls the window locks. Bit strange but there you go...

The Honda Civic 1.6 liter engine ignition switch is held in with a retaining ring. Unscrew the retaining ring. Pull the ignition switch out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition switch. Reverse the process to install the new ignition switch.

The ignition key should open the door locks - unless the doorlock has been changed

The Relay for what - door locks or something else?

There may be a short in the relay between the door locks and the switch. First check the wiring between the locking mechanism and the switch, if that check out it may be a short in the fuse itself.

To turn off automatic door lock in a Nissan Altima, you will first need to place the ignition switch in the on position. You will wait for 20 seconds then push and hold the power door lock switch to unlock for 5 seconds or more. When it is deactivated the hazard indicator will flash once.

How do door locks work?

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