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Old 06-29-2005, 17:50   #1 (permalink)
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ok i have 1992 eb station wagon series 2. i went to unlock my door and it wouldnt unlock but if i go to the passenger door it unlocks, i have central locking as well but i dont know whats wrong with it so please help me? what should i do and what do i need to do? thanks
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total uneducated guess but when u put key in lock of door and turn it, it must transfer that motion to a switch or some sort of electric connection t operate the other door locks.
If this 'switch' is the original, and been used a lot the last 13 years, it may need replacing.
if you dont have remote entry then that driver door lock may well have seen its day.
bet inside of door is pretty grotty after all that time, no matter how well the vehicle has been kept.
I got a 94 EF and a 2000 AU11 and except for current lock probs, havent worked on doors at all so my above idea is simply that, an idea..
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total uneducated guess but when u put key in lock of door and turn it, it must transfer that motion to a switch or some sort of electric connection t operate the other door locks.
If this 'switch' is the original, and been used a lot the last 13 years, it may need replacing.
if you dont have remote entry then that driver door lock may well have seen its day.
bet inside of door is pretty grotty after all that time, no matter how well the vehicle has been kept.
I got a 94 EF and a 2000 AU11 and except for current lock probs, havent worked on doors at all so my above idea is simply that, an idea..
yeah very true thank you very much!
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I forgot to ask if you could let me know how u get on with your problem.
Also, the problem with the EF tailgate lock I posted about seems to have corrected itself as its all working normally.
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Old 07-02-2005, 19:43   #5 (permalink)
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I forgot to ask if you could let me know how u get on with your problem.
Also, the problem with the EF tailgate lock I posted about seems to have corrected itself as its all working normally.
i fixed it using the good old wd40 and its working again but for how long though, lol?
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