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Old Jun 8th, 2021, 18:31   #1
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My boot wonít open on the fob or when you press the release handle the only way is with the key. This is a bit of a pain but at least I have access. When I press the fob I can hear the relay clicking but not the wind you get on the release operation . Now I watched I few vids on you tube and everyone had a different solution to their problem ie: frayed wires, locking release spring and the sensor on the boot release broken.
Anyone had similar problems and what was the result.
I will be looking myself at these solutions , just a bit busy at moment , so any help would be appreciated.
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Old Jun 8th, 2021, 18:38   #2
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When you lock the car, do the indicators flash as normal?
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Yes central locking works as normal but boot wonít open. Thereís no whirring sound on boot when you press the fob just the relay 2 clicks very low.
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Yes central locking works as normal
But do the indicators flash as normal when unlocking and locking the car?
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Yes , everything works as normal.
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I guess you'll need to get to the plug associated with the latch mechanism and try to get some voltage readings.
Also check if there's a separate fuse associated with just the boot.
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Is the dash switch activated ? https://youtu.be/ISfTyhm1zBA
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I guess you'll need to get to the plug associated with the latch mechanism and try to get some voltage readings.
Also check if there's a separate fuse associated with just the boot.
There is a separate fuse but thatís ok, I think itís the spring inside the lock not activating. I shall sort it in a week or so thanks for the help.
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Is the dash switch activated ? https://youtu.be/ISfTyhm1zBA
I donít think it has one , Iíve not noticed it.
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My boot wonít open on the fob or when you press the release handle the only way is with the key. This is a bit of a pain but at least I have access. When I press the fob I can hear the relay clicking but not the wind you get on the release operation . Now I watched I few vids on you tube and everyone had a different solution to their problem ie: frayed wires, locking release spring and the sensor on the boot release broken.
Anyone had similar problems and what was the result.
I will be looking myself at these solutions , just a bit busy at moment , so any help would be appreciated.
An update: when the boot is open and I engage the lock manually I can open it by the fob or by the boot release handle but not when the boot is shut. I shall investigate further.
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