central locking/brakes/fule pumps Focus 2000 -

I read various e-mails in this group and I have the same problems :
1. I have Ford Focus 2000 and only 47,000 KM ( less than 30,000 miles).
2. months ago I went for my 45,000 km check-up. I go on every 5,000 km
for check up. They told me that my brakes are completely gone. I spent $500 CAD and replaced brakes. They also told me that I need to replace fuel pump another $600 CAD. I didn't want to do that (replace fule pump). Now I read here in News group that Ford notified drivers in USA about fule pump recall. I don't know what is the status here in Canada about it.
3. Two weeks ago my remote key stopped working , I couldn't open my doors. I used key to manually ope, but I was not able to lock and unlock doors anymore using both locking system on both driver's and passenger's side. Also I was not able to open a trunk. Last night went to Ford dealer. First they told me that was a fuse and they put it another one. They tried a couple of times and new fuse also went broken. They told me not to use remote key and only to use a button in car to open trunk. But when they parked car outside garage and tried again, fuse went agan. They told me that something is very serious and they need to spend a couple of hours ($$$$$$$) to see what causing a fuse to brake so often. I didn't want them to do it, I went home.
Now I use my key to manually lock and unlock doors. I can't open trunk at all. Remote key for trunk dosen't work. Button on dashborad for a trunk doesn't work and even I can't get a key in trunk to manually open (also $200 CAD).
Please help or advice on central locking situation. I am really angry.
Please tell me what to do, what can be done.
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The same. It's actually the fuel delivery module. It's a ten-year warrentee extension, not a recall. The difference is that it only applies to people who actually have the specified problem. Talk calmly to your dealer and see what they can do.

The remote probably needs a new battery. Four years is a lot for the original battery.
>I used key to manually ope, but I was not able to lock and unlock

There definitely is something wrong, but once found it's probably easy to fix (i.e. a corroded connection). This kind of electrical problem is typical of cars that have spent several winters in Canadian salt. That's why I get mine undercoated each winter. Saves lots of problems.

Calm down and accept the fact that someone is going to have to carefully go over the circuits to find out what's wrong. You could buy a wiring diagram and try doing that yourself, but that would probably cost as much as paying them.
If you don't trust your dealer, find another repair shop. Sometimes a specialist auto electric shop can do a better job.
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Thanks for advice.
According to your e-mail address you could live in Ottawa area (same as me).
I have no choice but to go to specialist and try to find what's wrong with my locking.
Once again thank you for replying back.
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