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I have a 1995 Jag VDP, door locks, nor trunk locks, won't lock, I have checked the fuses, ect any suggestions?
 
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How’s your battery. The power lock feature on my car begins acting strange, including not working, when the battery is about 6 months from its way out.
 
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Fuse check list :

Relay check list :

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How’s your battery. The power lock feature on my car begins acting strange, including not working, when the battery is about 6 months from its way out.
Battery is fairly new, about 1 year old all the locks are not working electrical.
 
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So the locks will not work manually, or using the key fob? Lady P has certainly given you something’s to check. Relays and ultimately the security ECU.

Let us know what works and what doesn’t. Right now your description makes it sound like nothing will work manually or remotely.
 
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# 4 / 10 amp Trunk fuse box

pin position # 2 ignition switch provides a ground

pin position # 3 ignition switch provides a ground through the inertia ( crash ) switch

all door relays get there power from fuse # 1 / 15 amp RH heelboard fuse box

The trunk relay is # 8 / 15 amp Trunk fuse box

Since you have a issue with both trunk and doors this points in the SLCU direction

To trigger the SLCU there are 2 switches in the door lock that can be looked at with a meter

Beyond the electrical side there is the mechanical side where the linkage wares out not allowing the switches to do their thing

This area I have not tinkerd with but I've seen post covering the mechanical
 

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Originally Posted by Lady Penelope View Post
# 4 / 10 amp Trunk fuse box

pin position # 2 ignition switch provides a ground

pin position # 3 ignition switch provides a ground through the inertia ( crash ) switch

all door relays get there power from fuse # 1 / 15 amp RH heelboard fuse box

The trunk relay is # 8 / 15 amp Trunk fuse box

Since you have a issue with both trunk and doors this points in the SLCU direction

To trigger the SLCU there are 2 switches in the door lock that can be looked at with a meter

Beyond the electrical side there is the mechanical side where the linkage wares out not allowing the switches to do their thing

This area I have not tinkerd with but I've seen post covering the mechanical
Goo info thanks
 
 
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