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My central locking isn't working - is this a fuse problem?
We have a Volkswagen Transporter T6. Had a few problems with a fuse blowing and now the central locking is not working. Could this be a fuse problem?

Asked on 11 August 2017 by

Answered by Honest John
Er, no. A fuse blows because of a fault. It does not cause the fault. So there is a fault somewhere in your locking system, probably a sticking lock servo that then overloads the wiring and blows the fuse. A DIY fix is to pop out the access plugs under the locks in the door frame and squirt the lock servos with WD40 using the extension nozzle.
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