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Old 04-15-2018, 10:42 AM
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front passenger door won't lock or unlock with power, only manual.

Can anyone tell me which fuse i would replace on a 2004 TSX for the power locks? All my doors but this one are working normal. I have to manually lock and unlock my front passenger door. Before i go replacing anything i wanted to check the fuse for the power locks but not sure which one it is. I have googled and have not found much in the way of help. Hoping someone on here can help. Thank you in advance.
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If the other door locks are working normally it's not going to be a fuse. There isn't a fuse for each door, may not be just a fuse for the door looks only.
Chances are the door lock actuator is bad. Take the door panel apart. Buy a 12v car tester, unplug the wire that goes to the lock, ground the tester then stick the pointy end of it into the socket of the plug.
Then try the locks. If the tester lights up, you know it's the actuator. If it doesn't light up, it's not getting power.
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Can anyone tell me which fuse i would replace on a 2004 TSX for the power locks? All my doors but this one are working normal. I have to manually lock and unlock my front passenger door. Before i go replacing anything i wanted to check the fuse for the power locks but not sure which one it is. I have googled and have not found much in the way of help. Hoping someone on here can help. Thank you in advance.


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Originally Posted by Joecop67 View Post
If the other door locks are working normally it's not going to be a fuse. There isn't a fuse for each door, may not be just a fuse for the door looks only.
Chances are the door lock actuator is bad. Take the door panel apart. Buy a 12v car tester, unplug the wire that goes to the lock, ground the tester then stick the pointy end of it into the socket of the plug.
Then try the locks. If the tester lights up, you know it's the actuator. If it doesn't light up, it's not getting power.
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Can anyone tell me which fuse i would replace on a 2004 TSX for the power locks? All my doors but this one are working normal. I have to manually lock and unlock my front passenger door. Before i go replacing anything i wanted to check the fuse for the power locks but not sure which one it is. I have googled and have not found much in the way of help. Hoping someone on here can help. Thank you in advance.
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