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    Unhappy Central locking

    Hi guys,

    My central locking is completely dead. I have checked the fuse which is fine and the fuel cap button works well. Any ideas??

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    Re: Central locking

    ECU may be fried. I’ve gone through three. All were fried by a leak that I have yet to isolate.


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    Where is the ECU located?? And are there any ristance tests that I can carry out?

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    Re: Central locking

    Model year?
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    Ah yes that might help 1992

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    Have you tried the key to both doors passenger and driver
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    Yep none of them work

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    I saw your other post
    On the zone
    Usually good stuff there
    Hopefully
    You get it sorted out
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    On my 9dtoo
    Occasionally the locks don’t work
    I manually lock and unlock them
    And then the key works again
    So
    If you manually lock the doors
    Do the actuators kick in and lock all doors
    im an american i dont speak english

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    Na it's completely dead I have a feeling I may not have 12v at the actuator. I'll find out later once I finish work

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    Re: Central locking

    So I have 12v on the connector going to the door lock but nothing on the connection to the actuator. Im guess in the actuator is nothing more that a big switch. Oh and the actuator is the 5 wire one
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    Ok just throwing this out there
    But how about the contact in the door lock itself
    Might be a little corroded
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    Re: Central locking

    If it was that it should still work when you push the lock thing down I did give it a nice spray of WD40
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    Re: Central locking

    Does anybody know if the actuator has 12v going to it??
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