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davidtourish



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PostPosted: Sun Feb 11, 2024 19:38    Post subject: central locking issue Reply with quote

Any help would be appreciated on the following fault that has developed today on my 1995 L400 super exceed.

All of the central door locking system began to chatter on and off while stationary at a set of traffic lights, and after continuing it became more serious with definite switching on and off of an erratic nature, I can confirm that the auto mobile door locking still activates on and off at 12mph. This fault continued throughout the remainder of the 20 min journey until arriving home.

Once switched off, central locking with drivers door key confirmed to be okay locking and unlocking all doors as normal, and door operated drivers door master switch also as normal.

Short road test two hour's later ...all appeared to be okay, auto door locking at 12mph also confirmed to operate as normal. Confused

All advice greatly appreciated.
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annek



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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2024 14:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

How odd!

This isn't a reply to the issue exactly, as you already tested the things I would have suspected, and hope that someone comes along with some answers for you soon.

I just wanted to comment on the autolock at 12mph?  How does this auto happen?  Did your vehicle come with this function already active?  Should all be doing that, or have you set it up to do that?  Sorry, just questions and not answers!

All I have to offer is some sort of shorting because of the behaviour you described, was it raining for instance.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 23, 2024 11:47    Post subject: Reply with quote

The fault is quite common to many makes and models, especially Ford's. Invariably it is down to one lock sticking and the system reports it isn't locked, so repeatedly tries to relock it, which first requires and unlock of the locked doors.
A liberal dose of moisture repelling lube may help.

The auto-lock function was an optional upgrade. all doors including the tailgate, lock at 20Km/h. It's mentioned on page 28 of the Owners Manual.
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