[DML] Re: locking or unlocking one door should automatically lock or unl
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[DML] Re: locking or unlocking one door should automatically lock or unlock the other

The doors should lock and unlock in synconicity. It could be a minor adjustment and/or cleaning of the door switches or it can be a broken wire in the door lock circuit or a bad door lock module. If you still have the original door lock module you should just disconnect it and forget about the central door locking system. The module will fail locking you in the car while the door solenoids burn out and draining the battery until it is dead.
David Teitelbaum

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "rgalichon" <galichon@...> wrote:
> If I lock or unlock one door using the arm-rest controls inside the car, the other door locks or unlocks accordingly.  Good.
> However, if I use the key to manually lock or unlock a door from the outside, the other door lock does not respond.  Is this normal?  Or should the doors lock/unlock in tandem even when using a door key?
> Thanks!
> Best,
> Rich (2088)


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