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Reply With Quote 03-11-2011,08:57 AM 03-12-2011,08:11 PM #12 Venom98Hatch JDMWHAT Join Date Apr 2003 Location Newport News, VA Re: Power door lock issue in 2001 civic ex. when you push the remote the lights will flash and the alarm sets but you have to lock the doors with the key. Thanks. FRUSTRATED and dreading the thought of what it was going to cost me to get back in action. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2002-honda-civic-power-locks-not-working.html

Its a safety caution thing so you don't lock your keys in the car. I want to get these working let me know thanks. 09-13-2009, 10:28 AM #5 Shaynepolevault Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jun 2007 Location: happyland, ca, United Do this by disconnecting the 2-pin connector and applying leads to the pins, reverse polarity to change direction of the actuator. Wishing someone had mentioned this.

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Reply Samuel 2:12 PM September 16, 2015 Hello Alex yeap I change the MCU and the ac it's working again thank for the advice Reply Kenneth 12:28 PM November 30, 2015 alex Reply Tom 11:27 PM June 4, 2011 It has already been said previously but thanks for posting your solution. Also test to make sure that the power locks are working and the emergency break light is no longer illuminated at all times. any ideas?

also anyone know all the fuses that would effect door locks and fobs? The entire process of replacing the fuse panel in my wife's 2001 Honda Civic EX took me about 30 minutes. Reply alex 3:03 PM January 14, 2013 Hello Kevin, Unfortunately this is the first time I have ever heard of the method in the article not working. 2003 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator Would cost about $175 ($35 for new switch, $140 for labor) to fix, but it poses no danger to me or harm to the car, so I'll skip that repair for

much much appreciate it!!!!! There is only the one power switch on the driver door. Mike McCool 255,532 views 4:06 How To : Replace Honda Civic Si Door Lock Actuator - Duration: 3:29. https://www.question-defense.com/2010/08/19/2001-honda-civic-air-conditioning-power-locks-stopped-working-and-emergency-brake-light-on Reply Deepak 9:08 PM July 10, 2016 Ah, this happened to me on my 2002 civic today.

Reply With Quote 03-08-2011,08:47 PM 03-08-2011,09:13 PM #9 Venom98Hatch JDMWHAT Join Date Apr 2003 Location Newport News, VA Re: Power door lock issue in 2001 civic ex. 2005 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator American Honda Motor Company does not sponsor, support, or endorse Honda-Tech.com in any way. Because none of the power locks are working, it's obviously going to be something that affects all of the lock actuators at the same time. any suggestions?

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alex Reply George 2:44 PM August 2, 2011 Hi Alex, I had the same problem with my 2001 Honda Civic and I'm so thankful for your help. To test the actuator, hook direct power to it. 2001 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator Any help would be much appreciated...Thanks! 07-18-2009 #2 CraigW 25+ Years Driving Japanese Automobiles iTrader: (1) Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Mar 2005 Posts: 4,466 Honda Accord Power Door Lock Not Working Credentials confirmed by a Fortune 500 verification firm.

I'll let you know how it goes…thanks for the detailed steps. navigate here Reply alex 11:29 AM September 20, 2010 Hello Donald, No problem. The problem came after I finally got a key fob and got it programmed. Reply alex 11:45 PM June 4, 2011 Hello Tom, Glad to hear you got it fixed. 2002 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator

I would also suggest taking pictures just in case any of the labels come up missing you have an idea of where everything was plugged in via the images. thanks 09-12-2009, 01:22 PM #3 Shaynepolevault Honda-Tech Member Thread Starter Join Date: Jun 2007 Location: happyland, ca, United states Posts: 320 Re: 2001 civic power door lock A/C back up and running. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/1996-honda-civic-power-windows-not-working.html RonJ, Oct 3, 2013 #13 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Loading...

But then to my mind the same would apply to the actuators theory. 2005 Honda Civic Door Lock Problem RonJ, Oct 2, 2013 #11 d.Wrek New Member 5+ Year Member Joined: Oct 30, 2008 Messages: 44 Location: SLC The WHT/GRN wire that goes to the lock control unit box has but nothing wrong.

This was no problem and my headlight buzzer and dome light worked.

Glad someone else found this useful! Thanks. Reply Jimmie Ming Ko 9:50 PM July 14, 2016 Hi Alex: I had replaced the fuse box with a new one on my 2002 Honda Civic LX and afterwards the A/C Honda Civic Door Lock Cylinder It might help ,if it's had prior damage to the drivers door area , to mention the possibility of wire damage in between the door and body , but again they

When i click the lock button it makes a click sound under the dash but nothing happens, all fuses and relays are good. Voltage test it that way. alex Reply RAY 8:34 PM October 3, 2010 Wow, you guys too? this contact form Thanks for the inputs guys taydui44 View Public Profile Send a private message to taydui44 Find More Posts by taydui44 04-21-2011, 12:24 AM #8 GOTRICEAZ Join Date:

Remove that screw and then you will be able to slide the fuse box down a little bit which will let you remove the wires a bit easier. Re: Power door lock issue in 2001 civic ex. I appreciate you taking the time to circle back and let us know how it all went down! Discussion in '6th Generation Honda Civic (1996-2000)' started by d.Wrek, Sep 4, 2013.

Whether you own a Honda Civic Si, Ex, Type R, Dx, Lx, Cx, Dx, Vx, or even a hybrid you will find valuable information and honda civic car parts on this Join Date: Oct 2009 Location: In my car Posts: 348 iTrader: (1) the power locks on our cars are junk __________________ God is a comedian playing to an audience too afraid Reply to Craig's Post: No, The lock do not work with the door switch on either door. 4 door car The key switch has to be on to make the locks Sign in to make your opinion count.

Either I screwed something up while taking the door apart or it was electrical all along. I don't know what a multi-meter is, so safe to say I don't have one.