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Old 03-23-2010, 01:10 PM   #31
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Yep, my fixed central locking stopped working few months ago again. I'll have to try your tip exsodius, although IIRC, the bottom screw hole is nowhere near to the switch, so I guess that you need a WD-40 flood for anything to happen :( Still worth trying since I don't fancy taking the door apart again.
Yes i know the hole is nowhere near the switch. But when i had my the central lock in my hands last time i thought of this. So i studied these holes an where the wd-40 would go when aplied from the outside :) So the microswitch is about two inches below this hole. If you use the plastic tube on the wd-40 and insert it in the hole and spray right in the hole while moving the tube a little in circles you should be ok.
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Old 04-06-2010, 05:23 AM   #32
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Exsodius, your last fix is just incredible ! Thanks a lot !

I did what you described on the front doors, and nothing happened. Then I gave the rear doors a real spray, and while I sprayed the locks started to kick !
Now everything works fine for the first time in 5 years ! Fantastic
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Old 06-12-2010, 12:47 PM   #33
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Another fix here! I was getting intermittent locking/unlocking of my central locking, tried loads of things and now tried blasting down that hole where the bottom screw goes and bad a bing its working every time!!

Cheers for the tip!
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Old 06-13-2010, 09:29 AM   #34
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my remote central locking isnt working... well actually it will lock the passengers side dor but it immediately unlocks again, so wont lock.

If i put the key in the drivers door it will lock and unlock.
if i put the key in the passenger door it locks then straigh away bounces unlocked again.

is the idea of spraying wd-40 likey to work for me to or do i have a different fault??
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Old 12-17-2012, 05:00 AM   #35
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This sounds like a similar syncronising problem as discussed by us in the thread. Try spraying as described. It might lube the micro switch, and give correct locking state from all locks.
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Old 01-09-2013, 08:03 PM   #36
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This sounds like a similar syncronising problem as discussed by us in the thread. Try spraying as described. It might lube the micro switch, and give correct locking state from all locks.
hi this fix with wd40 in screw 3 what year focus is it does it apply to an 06??

if so how do i know which is the correct torx nut?

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hi this fix with wd40 in screw 3 what year focus is it does it apply to an 06??

if so how do i know which is the correct torx nut?

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Mine is a 2001 and it is the lowest hole on that model. Don't know if it is the same with 06. But ask "Bønna" he made this work on a newer mondeo too.
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Mine is a 2001 and it is the lowest hole on that model. Don't know if it is the same with 06. But ask "Bønna" he made this work on a newer mondeo too.
Thanks for the reply i will wait until he comes on and hope he replies thanks for the info too
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Old 03-04-2013, 02:29 PM   #39
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When using the key my central locking is working fine. But, when using the remote fob it does not. I've tried to reprogram the key but after the chime sound (which indicates that the programming mode is ON) nothing happens when I press/hold one of the fob switches. I have also tried replacing the battery and the micro switches in the fob but still the same. Then I've tried to program another fob (borrowed from my uncle, same car, same fob type) but still the same.

Any idea how to solve this issue? Central locking module is 98AG 15k600 DB, CL, RF. How to ceck if the module is OK?

My car is focus 1.8tddi 1999.

Thanks!
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I noticed the central locking problem driving my girlfriends 1999 Focus for the first time - when the doors unlocked a mile down the road!

Removing the screw and spraying WD40 into the hole for 20 seconds seems to have done the trick, thanks exsodius!
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