On or around Thu, 12 Jan 2006 07:16:16 +0200, "Uli" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
enlightened us thusly:
>You have a mis-lock. One of the little levers in the doors is not getting
>depressed properly. It is usually the one under the bonnet.
>You can find the culprit by manually pressing each one in turn, while all
>other doors are closed, until you get your 3 flashes.
not me, in this case...
if it does, it's better than the 1995 disco locking/alarm system, which on
ours, when the driver's door fails to lock electrically, just happily arms
the system and leaves the driver's door unlocked, so that if you don't
notice you walk off leaving the vehicle unlocked. Admittedly, if you open
the door, the alarm goes off. But that wouldn't stop opportunist tea-leaves
grabbing anything loose inside and legging it.
I think the door lock/linkage is stiff - it locks OK with the key in the
Austin Shackles. www.ddol-las.net
my opinions are just that
"There is plenty of time to win this game, and to thrash the Spaniards
too" Sir Francis Drake (1540? - 1596) Attr. saying when the Armarda was
sighted, 20th July 1588