2000 focus: NO POWER LOCKS!

Any of you experience all of the power locks failing? 150K miles on a 2000 Ford Focus Wagon. I'm thinking it's the locking module on passenger side under panel near right front door. Jeff

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Mine was the driver's side door solenoid (2000 ZTS). one word - warranty.
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There is a carefully hidden fuse on the BACK of the fuse panel (the one fitted inside the car) . On removal of the panel you have to search within the wiring attached to the back of the panel.
The fuse is 20Amps - Yellow
The black module on the back of the same panel has nothing to do with the door locks. It is the central timing module. It's responsible for the time control elements for the heated rear windscreen, interior lights and intermittent wiper operation. The module also activates a warning buzzer/chime for lights left on, and on a car with an auto box, a warning if not parked with the selector in the P position.
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