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eek Power Loss to Boot/Fuel/Central Door Lockin

Oddly enough, whilst doing something in the car, i went to lock the car and i had no central locking..

Pressed my boot button, no boot opening, i pressed fuel, same deal! (EF Falcon btw)

Checked fuse, all fine, checked EVERY fuse because i was getting the sh*ts!. Everything is fine!

So i ran a power cable straight to the boot release switch what a friend said to do so power is constantly there how it normally is and all is good, But i dont want that cable there really, i want to get rid of it..

Anyone have any suggestions? ... not the fuses, cables seem fine! what the! from one minute to the neck?
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