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Old 07-29-2013, 07:50 AM   #11
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Going back, to what you have found/tried: Since the manual lock buttons seem to work normally, it would seem that the RF signal from the remote isn't doing it's thing for the left door. ?? If that's indeed the case, that would put the problem out of the door itself.
When I say manual, I mean pressing the door lock down with my finger and unlocking it from the outside of the truck with the key. Not using the lock/unlock switch on the drivers side. That switch does work for all doors except the drivers side.
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Here is more description. Does a "door ajar" message come up?
Yes it does come on when the engine is running.
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Part of diagram: How about the ground in the kick panel?
I went and bought a repair manual. I saw thus diagram but have no idea where it is on the truck. The ground is a definite possibility and I will check it when I get home.
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I'd have a look at the "door ajar" situation, first.
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Check the switch. A jumper across pins 5 and 6, should eliminate the "door ajar" message. Also, the ground wire appears, again.
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Shortstack you are not alone. My truck starred doing this about 2 months ago. It's the damnedest thing. Some days all four doors will lock and unlock then the drivers door will go for awhile not doing anything. Right now it's on a lock kick,it will lock but will not unlock. I just haven't had a chance to try and chase it down.
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In your case, I'd look for bad connections in the connectors.
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Tmajor, thanks I will try to get into the door sometime this week and check the connections.
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I'd have a look at the "door ajar" situation, first.
Why? It only says it when the door is open. If the door is shut the "door ajar" shuts off!
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Shortstack you are not alone. My truck starred doing this about 2 months ago. It's the damnedest thing. Some days all four doors will lock and unlock then the drivers door will go for awhile not doing anything. Right now it's on a lock kick,it will lock but will not unlock. I just haven't had a chance to try and chase it down.
Mines not going crazy like that yet... It's quite an annoying problem.
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