Yes it would help to know what you are driving. But in General this is a feature the the Manufacturers have put in to help in the prevention of Car Jacking. It was also started a while back to keep children from opening the car door while it is moving. As to why it does not lock all the time you put it in gear that is where it would help to know what make and model you are driving.
The driver door does not unlock the power locks for a few reasons. This motor could be burned out or the wires could not be attached correctly.
I think you have to push the 'unlock' button twice in order to unlock the doors.
Then you have to lock and unlock the doors by hand.
A faulty the door lock sensor will cause the door locks to lock and unlock repeatedly. The door lock sensor is located below the dashboard on the drivers side.
It is behind the back door and have a switch.
it locks when the car locks and on. when you turn off the key and unlock the door, the fuel door unlocks so you can open it.
Umm, there are still manual locks. Take your finger and push the lock over and unlock the door. Good Luck!!!!
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. :]
Keyless door locks use a different technology to open your door. You can still use your regular key, or you can use an entry pad to unlock your door. You use a password made of numbers to unlock your door. These options can be found for multiple types of doors, including deadbolts, doorknobs, handles etc. Here is a link to tell you more: http://www.handlesets.com/keyless-entry-door-locks/c3865
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Grease is old in the door locks. You will need to remove the door locks and soak them in kerosene for a day or two. Then regrease them with litium.
put the key in the door and unlock it
It should lock and unlock with the power door locks. If it is stuck in the locked position, there is a lever in the trunk on the driver's side behind the carpet that will unlock it.
check fuses........ rosdale joe Better ANSWER Door lock solenoid, it is what activates the levers to lock and unlock the door. You will need to remove door handle and interior door panel to get to it.
the door lock actuator is bad. it is located in the drivers door panel
How do door locks work?
Your 1998 F150 has 3 relays for your power door locks : an all unlock relay / a driver unlock relay / and an ALL LOCK RELAY I'm guessing that the ALL LOCK RELAY has failed I'm sorry but I haven't found the location of the power lock/unlock relays on your F150 yet ( does anyone know the location of the power door lock / unlock relays on a 1998 F150 ? )
clicking the door unlock switch on the drivers door or key fob will unlock a fuel door actuator lock that locks the fuel door. Then all you should have to do is gently push the front of the fuel door toward the vehicle and the door will swing open.
It depends on the access technique used for the door lock - if it is a cipher lock then you need the unlock code or the magnetic card. For preset locks, you need a key.For biometric locks, you need the appropriate biometric answer, a retinal scan, fingerprint, or palm print, etc. to unlock the door.
Your Kia driver's side door might not unlock because of a damaged linkage between the inside door handle and the latch itself. You might also have a problem with the fuse that controls the electronic locks.
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