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#1 Milezz



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Posted 16 October 2009 - 03:33 PM

my mum is having issues with out ford mondeo im not sure what MRK it is cause 1 and 2 look simular but its a 1998 i think not 100% sure but on subject
if we normal lock the vehicle only somtimes the central locking works but if not it opens the drivers door and give it ten mins all the rest unlock which means when the car is either dead locked or normal locked the driver locks and rarely the rest lock
now even if they do the alarm gose off and its starting to become anoying
ive said its a fault in the central locking box but thats MY idea
ive worked on a few cars such as a Rover Metro 1.1 and a Vauxhall Cavalier so im not a noob at car stuff and im doing car mechs so as said im not exsacly dumb lol
so what would be the best idea apart from go to a ford dealer or garage or am i wrong?
if so what can i do to sort this issue
weve had to resort to leaving the car unlocked
heres the specs ( dunno if you need em but meh)
Make: Ford
Model: Mondeo
Reg: R
MRK: 1 or 2
Alarm: Imobiliser, Deadlock
Miles: 82,000 ish

hope sombody can help or a way to by pass the alarm which is what my mum mainly wants

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#2 mintalkin


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Posted 16 October 2009 - 05:53 PM

this might help.

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Posted 22 October 2009 - 09:38 PM

this might help.

it's definiteley a mk2. ive had the same when i had one problem is this happening when the key is operated in the door or the keyfob remote or both?

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