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.
Check the fuses and the relay that controls the door locks. A power loss is the most likely cause of the problem.
disconnect the fuse that works the locks.
Check the fuseable links.
there is something wrong with the wiring in you car or brain, you might as well take it to the mechanic.
Check fuses and relays
Check your fuses.
I'm assuming the manual locks work. But you're on the right track, i'd check the fuses, and possibly the relay for the circuit.
Mirrors Locks (MIR LKS). The fuse is for the power mirrors and power locks on the vehicle.
whats the problem?
Try checking all fuses
Check the fuses. You will find what each fuse does within your owners manual.
Check the fuses.
The lock and trunk circuit breaker for a 1994 Park Avenue could be in one of two places. It could be under the dash with the fuses or under the hood with the relays in a distribution box.
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?
The 2005 Dodge Caravans have software problem in the BCM that causes the power locks to quit working. The only fix is to bring the van to a dealer for a software flash update.I disconnected the battery cable and pulled the BCM fuse and the system reset and the door locks are working fine again.I also got my power door locks working. I pulled and reinstalled (but did not replace) all fuses and fuse blocks (but not the relays). The locks started working after that.I'm not sure if I'm using this site correctly as I'm new, but I found that disconnecting and reconnecting the lamp and horn relays fixed my same issue with the locks.Several people suggested resetting the fuses under the hood, and it worked. Others tried unplugging and plugging back in the battery and that also worked for them.I tried the suggestions and it worked for a short time, but now the locks are not working again. Funny thing is that the rear hatch locks still work, but all passenger and driver locks do not. Time to take it in and have a pro fix them? Resetting the fuses and relays doesn't help anymore.
They are in the fuse panel to the left of the steering column.
First off you may what to check in your fuses ALL of the fuses in my 95 ford T SHO 3.1 the fuse blew and there was 2 fuse boxes both containing a fuse saying it was it *on in the car drivers side that flips down on under the hood drivers side by the windshield* after replacing them my door locks/electric seats worked properly again
verify the cables that are NOT tocuhing the metal door. Sometimes the cables are old and they crack, just put black tape (electric tape) and that should fix the problem.
The fuses in the 1989 Mercedes 300 control things like the lighting system, the door locks, the wipers, and the instrument gauges. The fuses also control the trunk latch and the turn lights and brake lights.
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Where_are_the_fuses_for_the_1992_acura_legend_driver_and_rear_windows lokethed an the 1991 acura legend
Cause the window motor is out