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82hawkinsalan

Central Locking Only Opening One Door

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Hi all

All of a sudden my car has developed a little fault of when I push the button on my key to unlock the car, it only unlocks the drivers door, which is never did before!

Any one got any ideas???

Many thanks

Alan

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If you double press the unlock button do the remaining doors open

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Yes it does, possibly 3 or 4 times sometimes and it eventually opens

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Well sounds like you could have enabled selective door opening by mistake. Although to enable/disable this you would have to press and hold the lock and unlock buttons together until indicators flash several times.

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Thats exactly what I could have done as I sat on my keys at work the other day and someone said to me sat next to my vehicle why is it locking and unlocking! How do I go about re-enabling this?

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Simply press and hold both the lock/unlock buttons on the fob until indicators begin to flash. Then release.

From memory the indicators will flash 3 times

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Thanks bud! Thats excellent! Much obligied!

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