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Central Locking Issue
« on: 24 March 2022, 22:46:18 »

Started the car after a flat battery and took it for a nice long run to get a full charge. (No isuues got a full charge ok)

Opened the door with the key when flat, went to lock the car with the remote (after chargeing(passenger front lock is faulty so locked manually)) once locked they unlocked on thier own a couple of times but all locked on the key ok.

Like the windows and sunroofs can be reset is it the same thing for the door locks?  or is it because they were opened on the key when the battery was flat?
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Re: Central Locking Issue
« Reply #1 on: 25 March 2022, 11:41:19 »

Thought we had covered this. You need to replace/repair the misbehaving fool lock solenoids :y
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