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No Central Locking Indicator Or Interior Light

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Last night went to go out in the car and noticed I couldn't open the car with the key so opened door with the key and then noticed there was no light so I automatically thought i'd left something on and drained the battery but the car started fine then I noticed I couldn't let my passengers in as both back doors are dead locked and the boot open button isn't working either :(

Took the car out but as soon as I got to the first junction this is when I noticed I had no idicators this is all I have noticed so far as it was late and couldn't really look at much else this morning I've checked the fuses and they are all ok am at a total loss here and I really need the car for work tomorrow morning could anyone point me in the direction of where I should be looking?

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I have removed the central locking unit now don't know if this is valid but considering the cars not been turned on the unit is pretty warm i'll leve it for an hour and plug it back in see how it goes

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Just incase anyone comes across this post in search of an answer to a similar problem it was indeed the central locking GEM it drained the battery on the car was told it was a ford job but I ordered another GEM with the same serial number from good old ebay for £13 plugged it in and it worked reprogrammed the key and everythings working as it should!

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