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#1 FocusOnTour

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Posted 07 October 2009 - 12:17 PM

Hi Focus owners,

The drivers door on my 04 Focus stopped opening completely with the remote, both rear doors and the passenger side will open and close when i press the button just the drivers door requires me to use the key.

Closing the doors isn't a problem, when i press the lock button on my remote they all lock.

I'm not sure if this means it requires a new servo but it seems odd that it opens when i use the key in the door and not when i use the remote and even stranger that the door locks with the remote.
It's done over 100k miles so i supose component wear is very possible.

Thanks for reading, any input is appreciated!

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#2 RING WORM

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Posted 24 November 2009 - 11:02 AM

Hi Focus owners,

The drivers door on my 04 Focus stopped opening completely with the remote, both rear doors and the passenger side will open and close when i press the button just the drivers door requires me to use the key.

Closing the doors isn't a problem, when i press the lock button on my remote they all lock.

I'm not sure if this means it requires a new servo but it seems odd that it opens when i use the key in the door and not when i use the remote and even stranger that the door locks with the remote.
It's done over 100k miles so i supose component wear is very possible.

Thanks for reading, any input is appreciated!



NEW SERVO TIME MY FRONT PASSENGER DOOR DID THE SAME THING


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