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Q: Automatic doorlocks do not always work

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My automatic doorlocks do not always work.

Hello. This comes up often on this vehicle. The problem is typically the connections at the body control module under the dash. The connections can make a poor connection or the connection in the module may be failing. I typically test for a voltage drop at the connection to verify the issue. If you are having this repaired, consider YourMechanic, to have a certified mechanic inspect why your [doors don’t always lock]https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/door-does-not-lock-or-open-inspection.

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