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kjdean

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My central locking keeps locking by itself, anyone help? i have to push the button then try and open the door before she locks herself again.LOL Unsure

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 09:54
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Wiring in the door loom is broken Sad

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 09:57
kjdean

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Angry bloody car keeps going wrong. cheers dom.Wink

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 09:58
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It's very likely to be the loom between the door and the car. Take check strap off so you can open the door fully (beware not to go too far as it'll bend the door Erm? )

Undo the loom from the door. Turn collar anti clock while waggling the big plug

once collar undone pull out plug

Then peel back rubber boot and find broken wires

Solder new sections into any broken ones

Proper fix is a new loom but these are horrible to fit Mellow

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 10:03
kjdean

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Wink

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 10:04
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This applies to loss of any door electrical items.

So far I have lost

-Mirror
-Mirror heater
-Elec window
-Central locking
-lighting to window switch

Doh

Need new looms one day as mine are looking like one of them telephone exchanges at the mo Laugh

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Posted 31st Oct 2004 at 10:08
ac100

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quote:
It's very likely to be the loom between the door and the car. Take check strap off so you can open the door fully (beware not to go too far as it'll bend the door Erm? )

Undo the loom from the door. Turn collar anti clock while waggling the big plug

once collar undone pull out plug

Then peel back rubber boot and find broken wires

Solder new sections into any broken ones

Proper fix is a new loom but these are horrible to fit Mellow


My drivers electric window has been tempremental since i bought it over 18 months ago. For the last 6 months its only worked when the doors been open at a certain point - suggesting a split in the loom.

Loom inside the door has been out and is intact, and i checked the wire bundle behind the square rubber grommet and thats ok too?

Is it possible one of the terminations in either of the multiplugs has come lose?

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Posted 19th Jul 2006 at 16:53
rikky

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did you check the loom in both doors?

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