Just picked up a nice T plate Saxo VTR today. Have owned a Renault &
Peugeot prior to this so I must have something for French autos!
Without trying to sound too stupid, should the central locking keyfob
open all 3 doors or just drivers door and boot? Seller informed me of
this, but wasn't too clear whether this was faulty or the way they are?
Manual makes out like all 3 locks should function with fob?
Any advice greatly apprecaited.
I would say that it should unlock all doors, just out of interest if the
doors are unlocked ,and then you press the fob does it lock them all?
I also own an 1989 Jag and the central locking on that is very random,
sometimes it opens all the doors and boot othertimes it will open 2 doors or
3 or none.
Thanks for the reply, but no mate. The lock stays up with using the
fob or when trying the key to lock the car from drivers door. I'm
wondering if there is a motorised unit in there and it's become
unplugged or the wiring damaged? Hope it aint too difficult to fix, or
atleast not as complex as that Jag of yours will be!
Gary G Jones wrote:
It's the passenger door that isn't playing the game. I tried to lock
them all with the door pins all up - nowt. There is not sign of it
trying to unlock that door remotely either. No click or noise coming
from door / lock area.
I read somewhere else that someone had the same thing and had to take
it to a dealer to fix. Hope I can avoid that and not need to spend
crazy money on it.
I'll have the panel off and ensure all the connections are intact, then
see if I can see owt with my magic multimeter.
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