-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.
Graphite works well in lubricating key operated locks such as, pad locks, door locks and ignition locks.
Yes it is the same.
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?
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
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
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.
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.
go back to the dealer
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.