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Central door locking problem

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by Aaron1, May 14, 2022.

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  1. Aaron1

    Aaron1 New Member

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    Hi all!

    Having some problems with my cdl.

    Yesterday I tried to unlock the car, but it didn't work. Tried the spare key, no luck.

    Next I broke in & tried to start it -> No problem witch starting. Tried to lock again, nothing happend.

    Found a blown fuse in de battery box, changed it. Locking the car worked, but when I tried to unlock it, the fuses blew again.

    Checked the wiring at all the doors but didn't find anything worrying. After this the fuse kept blowing instantly.

    Checked the connections at the AS10 module and the pink wire had a short circuit.

    Some fiddling later, the short circuit was gone & the fuse was still ok.

    Tried to lock and unlock, hazards going but doors won't lock. I can hear the clicking in the module when I use the fob, but nothing happens.

    When I use the nanocom I also hear clicks from the module but the doors won't lock.

    Anyone experienced this before? Or has an idea what else I can check?

    TIA
    Aaron
     
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    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    Bit tricky without giving folk a clue about the vehicle this refers to…..
     
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    Aaron1 New Member

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    Right :)
    Its a 2002 110 TD5
     
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    DID YOU CHECK THE A POST TO DRIVERS DOOR TUBE FOR DAMAGED OR BROKEN CABLES AS THESE ARE PRONE TO BREAKING CABLES OVER TIME
     
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    Yes! Checked all 4 Doors, nothing to see…
     
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