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Old 05-28-2007, 05:40 PM
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keyless entry pad question

I have a keyless entry pad on my truck and it wont lock my driverside door. I can lock my passenger side door, and unlock both, but wont lock the driverside door. My key fob will lock and unlock both doors. Is there some trick to this that Im not understanding?
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nope, mine does not do that, the buttons (keypad) lock her down like it should.
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might be the lock actuator in the driver side door.
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so is there two actuators for each door? One for the keyless entry, and one for the keypad?
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Check the steering column make sure the key lock is working ok. I know if you leave the key in the ign. it wont lock the drivers door. Like if carwash or parking valet can not lock the keys in the car with one in the ign. Hope it helps.
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Check the steering column make sure the key lock is working ok. I know if you leave the key in the ign. it wont lock the drivers door. Like if carwash or parking valet can not lock the keys in the car with one in the ign. Hope it helps.
good idea I will check that tonight
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Old 05-29-2007, 07:35 AM
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good idea I will check that tonight
hey barry just bring it over and we will figure it out. I got steaks to grill for chow tonight.
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hey barry just bring it over and we will figure it out. I got steaks to grill for chow tonight.


I appreciate the offer man, steaks and good help are hard to find I would if I didnt already have plans on starting the rear main seal and oil pump on the TJ. I have my buddies garage lined up with a lift in it.
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Old 05-29-2007, 07:48 AM
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I appreciate the offer man, steaks and good help are hard to find I would if I didnt already have plans on starting the rear main seal and oil pump on the TJ. I have my buddies garage lined up with a lift in it.
Must be nice to have access to a lift. I still need to drop my 350sbc in my cj as well. Hope to have it in there by the end of the week.
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so is there two actuators for each door? One for the keyless entry, and one for the keypad?

no there is one. I didn't realize you had a key fob and keyless entry on the door. Sorry.
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