95 taurus power locks


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Old 01-03-07, 04:49 PM
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95 taurus power locks

Hello Ihave a 95 taurus the power locks don't work? I checked man. for fuses locks and widows use same fuse? widows work? fuse is good? So what else could it be?
 
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Old 01-04-07, 05:28 AM
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Switch or wiring. If you have a meter you'll need to check for power to the switch and go from there. May take quite a bit of detective work to track down.
 
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I would bet on the switch. When this happened in my '93 Silverado, I just bought a new switch from the dealer (should have checked at junkyards first) and snapped it in. It just plugs in like an electrical outlet, no wiring required. I assume they are all pretty much alike. Good luck.

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Are you saying all the power locks stopped working at once? I ask because the door lock actuators themselves are a bad design and often need replacing on an older Ford/Mercury.
 
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Old 01-06-07, 06:17 AM
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Question power locks

Hey Kestas
Yes they all quit at the same time? even the remote door opener won't work? has a keyless entry to ti doesn't work either? have to unlock with the key! that sucks!
 
 

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