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Also, as a greenhorn at auto electrics, I confess the fix took me 2 hours. As far as your brake light , if your fluid is at or above the minimum level , and you have no other hydraulic failure in the system then it's probably Remove Fuse Box: Once the last plug is removed the fuse panel will slide out easily. Wishing someone had mentioned this. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/2001-honda-civic-power-locks-not-working.html

Accordian - How is it going with this? Not really sure how much they would charge you for them. Thanks again. If the driver's side door lock is not functioning, but the passenger side is, that is a definite indicator that the driver's door lock actuator is bad.

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The next day after the lock/unlock issue happened, the driver side window started giving trouble while trying to roll up all the way. Glad to hear this is still doing the trick and some of us regular folks can actually save a couple bucks doing this ourselves! The time now is 01:15 PM. -- HCFTW Contact Us - HondaCivicForum.com - Archive - Advertising - Cookie Policy - Privacy Statement - Terms of Service - Top thank you for takin your time to help people.

I know both systems are connected since you can roll down the windows by unlocking the doors. Thanks George Reply alex 12:33 PM August 28, 2011 Hello George, Good to hear… Thanks for checking back in! Marcos Honda Civic / Del Sol (1992 - 2000) 8 07-14-2004 10:55 PM Tags 01, 2002, civic, crv, door, drivers, fit, honda, key, lock, passenger, power, side, unlock, window « Previous Honda Accord Power Door Lock Not Working I really appreciate it!----------------August 25, 2012Thanks for the laugh, and the additional info.

Expert: HONDASERVICE7791 replied5 years ago. Quote: Originally Posted by marccayen Yes I would return the switch and go for the actuators. Remove the door panel with as little bending as possible to avoid creasing or breaking it.Install the door panel in the reverse order of removal, and note these items:Replace any damaged http://www.civicforums.com/forums/182-7th-generation-civic/341923-02-ex-coupe-power-door-lock-dont-work.html is that what we are replacing?Customer: my husband does work on cars quite a bit ....especially if he has detailed instruction.

Remove Fuse Box Screw: The actual fuse box itself is held in with one screw which is noted in the example image below with a white arrow. 2003 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator Hope it works out because it will save you tons of money! 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. Register Photo Gallery FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search GarageUsed CarsVendor Directory Search 7th Generation Civic In the years from 2001 to 2005 Honda released it's 7th Generation Civic.

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I have the same problem on my '02. 07-11-2011 #22 marccayen Registered!! i thought about this taydui44 View Public Profile Send a private message to taydui44 Find More Posts by taydui44 03-13-2010, 08:56 PM #2 Jdm as whatt? Honda Civic Door Lock Problems Actually, its my wife that is the nagging problem, but I'm not looking for help with her, rather with the repair of her door. 2001 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator What I meant was that when the drivers door is closed and you push down the lock **** (up top) locking the drivers door...

I swapped the interior fuse box but it didn't fix my problem. navigate here The passenger side door is fine and I can use manual locking lever on it. 2. Thanks you! Can't wait to call and find one of these MCU's (?) and try your process. 2002 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator

And yes I can push the drivers door lock up and down with the door closed. Ok I tried sitting in the car with the doors closed and locking the driver's side lock up top and nothing happens on the passenger side...BUT I do hear a noise Another problem is the actuators have recalls on them. http://camtronics.net/honda-civic/1996-honda-civic-power-windows-not-working.html For what it's worth it's a 2003 V6 Coupe 6spd.

But I would need two, one for each door. 2005 Honda Civic Door Lock Actuator Or a fuse? Saving money and not getting scammed from mechanics (they seem to love taking advantage of women)!

I was going to get a keyless entry and alarm an I can't until I get this fixed.

This worked like a champ. Thank you so muchHONDASERVICE7791 : let me change to the other format so I can upload the instructions Ask Your Own Honda Question Expert: HONDASERVICE7791 replied5 years ago. 2002 CIVIC - I have the same question I do not understand how both locks stopped working simutaneously Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter 2004 Accord EX V6 Coupe Striking-A-Chord StrikingAccord 2005 Honda Civic Door Lock Problem Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded.

City-Data Forum Message Cancel Changes Quick Reply The following errors occurred with your submission Okay Message: Posting Quick Reply - Please Wait « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Search cities, counties, and zip codes on our site: City-data.com. Taking it to a mechanic would cost too much, considering how easy it would be to fix/replace the problematic components. this contact form Some systems will not allow the drivers door to lock if the system or car thinks the door is open.

Oh and would a Pepboys or Advance Auto Parts have the power lock door switch or is that a dealer only part? 06-28-2011 #6 CraigW 25+ Years Driving Japanese Yes I would return the switch and go for the actuators. 07-01-2011 #17 jmars808 Registered!! 2002 Honda Civic Join Date: Jun 2011 Posts: 57 Rep Power: 0 Re: That's my bad, I thought you were referring to using the key. I am sure firestone etc will charge for an hour's labor just to open up and then if there is a replacement is to be done then more charges.

Thank guys! 07-11-2011 #21 Balzdpr A scene before your eyes Garage is empty, add now Join Date: Jun 2011 Location: Shreveport, La. Quote: Originally Posted by CraigW Pretty simple, I could not get the linkage to come out of the outside handle for nothing. (yes, the plastic swivel lock was loose) Ok thanks. Switch is fine, fuse is fine.... Instead of Firestone (which is more of a tires/brakes/oil changes place that doesn't necessarily have the most skilled techs), I'd bring it to a body shop, or a well-recommended independent shop,

Also, I would think if voltage is reaching the actuators that they should make noise. I can push the passenger door lock down and up fine. American Honda Motor Company does not sponsor, support, or endorse Honda-Tech.com in any way. Related Content2002 Honda Civic Repair and Maintenance2002 Honda Civic Maintenance Schedule2002 Honda Civic Problems(24)2002 Honda Civic Repair Estimates2002 Honda Civic Q&A(143)2002 Honda Civic Recalls(12)2002 Honda Civic Shops2002 Honda Civic Reviews(3) Car

I just researched a Acura TL forum and it seems lots of people have had similar issues and it seems to be the actuator, that's why I suspect its that, but Driver side remote door lock stopped working, two weeks later passenger remtoe door locks stopped responding; dome light stopped working with an open door; Chime with open door w/key in stopped, Tearing the door components apart to get a visual inspection on this system is asking for trouble; ie, this is not a particularly easy door panel to remove and to get