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#1 yabbiebee

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 06:26 PM

just a quick question anyone know where to find the central locking module in a mk2 focus please thansk jay

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#2 damadgeruk

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 07:28 PM

just a quick question anyone know where to find the central locking module in a mk2 focus please thansk jay


It's not, as such. Earlier cars had a seperate module, the mk2 is built into the fusebox to the best of my knowledge
though there is a receiver beside the front interior light - not present on Studio model.
I have modified my 2006 Focus Studio with remote (flip key) central locking. I should be able to tell you how to do
this (and have parts required to do so) if you desire.

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 07:37 PM

It's not, as such. Earlier cars had a seperate module, the mk2 is built into the fusebox to the best of my knowledge
though there is a receiver beside the front interior light - not present on Studio model.
I have modified my 2006 Focus Studio with remote (flip key) central locking. I should be able to tell you how to do
this (and have parts required to do so) if you desire.

Regards,
David


if i had know before it was possible and cheaper i would not have had that clifford installed :angry: strung in more like....... i didnt know it was built into the fuse box :huh: just its stopped working now and was looking on how best to replace or get it sorted. ive checked fuse its meant to be and still nothing. locks just drivers door...but when i lock doors from inside car and use clifford to unlock all doors open so im sure it working just with the clifford been the problem im sure....

was it hard to mod ? costly :rolleyes:

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 08:35 PM

if i had know before it was possible and cheaper i would not have had that clifford installed :angry: strung in more like....... i didnt know it was built into the fuse box :huh: just its stopped working now and was looking on how best to replace or get it sorted. ive checked fuse its meant to be and still nothing. locks just drivers door...but when i lock doors from inside car and use clifford to unlock all doors open so im sure it working just with the clifford been the problem im sure....

was it hard to mod ? costly :rolleyes:


Nope, it was easy, though took me a while to research and get someone in the know to help(paid for this). All it should need is a remote receiver module fitted beside the front courtesy light and a remote programmed. I have a spare remote receiver module (56ish from Ford) should you be interested, it'll come with info on what to do.
I was in the same position, having assumed my 2006 Focus would have remote locks! Happy now as I have a flip key(have a spare one of these too for sale)with remote locking working perfectly.

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Posted 21 July 2010 - 10:37 PM

Nope, it was easy, though took me a while to research and get someone in the know to help(paid for this). All it should need is a remote receiver module fitted beside the front courtesy light and a remote programmed. I have a spare remote receiver module (56ish from Ford) should you be interested, it'll come with info on what to do.
I was in the same position, having assumed my 2006 Focus would have remote locks! Happy now as I have a flip key(have a spare one of these too for sale)with remote locking working perfectly.



bugger me lol let me see if i get any where with this guy if he dont and i have it removed i will give you a shout ;)

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 02:25 PM

Right ive spoken to a ford tech and have been told central locking module is built into the fuse box and a new one was around 200 odd not the best way forward but might have to try it if all else fails.

if the central locking wasnt working then surely i should be able to unlock the car from the clifford fob. He then told that the car wouldnt lock using central locking via one of the doors if the car thinks a door is open. Wondering if anyone could give this a go for me.

i think my only other way of sorting this out would be getting the car to an auto elec place or direct to ford and have it put onto the computer he said they would be able to tell me which door or switch its seen as open shame there is no way i could test this myself

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Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:36 PM

Right ive spoken to a ford tech and have been told central locking module is built into the fuse box and a new one was around 200 odd not the best way forward but might have to try it if all else fails.

if the central locking wasnt working then surely i should be able to unlock the car from the clifford fob. He then told that the car wouldnt lock using central locking via one of the doors if the car thinks a door is open. Wondering if anyone could give this a go for me.

i think my only other way of sorting this out would be getting the car to an auto elec place or direct to ford and have it put onto the computer he said they would be able to tell me which door or switch its seen as open shame there is no way i could test this myself


What happens when you lock/unlock with the key? Do all doors/boot lock/unlock as expected? If so, looks like it'll be a simple fix.

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Posted 27 July 2010 - 02:31 PM

What happens when you lock/unlock with the key? Do all doors/boot lock/unlock as expected? If so, looks like it'll be a simple fix.



when i unlock from drivers door only that door open all other stay lock also does this from passanger side when i leave the car i lock them from the inside then just lock the two fronts with key however when i unlock using this clifford keyfob all doors unlock all doors. :huh: ive also looked all over for the open door switches and cant find then.... in the oth e post i have going it says there is one just near the strike plate on the drivers side but i dont have one

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 04:07 PM

Damadgeruk do you still use this can you help me with my central locking ?


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