Q: power door locked down

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Battery had died, jumped car. blew fuse for radio. power door locks remained locked down, key will not open door, remote doesn't release them

Hi there. Sometimes when you jump start a vehicle, it will cause electrical component failure, ranging from blown fuses to relays that power electrically powered components; including your power door locks. If you check all fuses and relays, and still have a problem, you should contact a professional mobile mechanic to complete a power door locks inspection.

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