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Went to get bulb changed on head light man in halfords looked said fuse had blown changed that then after looking at all fuses it had blown fuse again since then doors wont open at rear or passenger side
I think you have a short circuit in "that headlight wire" that is causing the fuse to keep blowing due to a dead short.
Maybe a positive voltage wire that is touching the ground (metal part) on you car or touching some other connection.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is most likely a problem with your Passlock anti-theft system which is known issue with these cars. Passlock is a "passive" anti-theft system, which means that it will disable your ability to start the car if it thinks there is a problem. The three components that can cause this are: 1) Ignition Switch, 2) Ignition Cylinder, 3) Body Control Module (computer). The dealer is the only one who can solve this problem (unless you can bypass it, but it is not that easy). Estimated repair from most dealers is $800 and up.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
brake switch on the pedal bad.bad relay. do you have a second fuse box if so check it. look at the wiring see if it is frayed or chafed check the connections.check all the fuses not just the ones labeled brakes.switch the relay with one that you know is good like turn signal and see if the turn signal works then check brakes.use a 12 volt test light check the brake switch and probe the wires. hope this helped if not write back and i'll give you more ideas.
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
I would follow their recommendation as I had the same problem with my car. They unhooked the power to that door and it was fine. The problem was a short in the wiring in the door that was causing the problem. So maybe get them to check the wiring in the door as well.
Posted on May 26, 2009
all i did i unpluged the batter for 5 min and pressed the brake pedual while the batttery was unhooked and when i plugged it back in it solved my problem it has been working all day fine
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
There may be a relay that operates the low beam lights, check the owners manual to see if there is a relay, you should be able to hear it go "click" if there is one.
Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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