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karlos01



Member Since: 02 Jan 2022
Location: norfolk
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England 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black
rear door not locking

hi folks I've searched through threads but can't find answer
I've got a 06 4.2 SC and when I lock with key fob rear door doesn't lock
I don't get a beep when I set alarm. I can lock it from inside and unlock with key fob.
door will not lock like the rest do when I drive down the road.
could the lock switch be faulty or could it just need a bit of lubricant?
don't really want to pull door apart to many times if I'm best to just get a new locking mechanism
thanks guys and girls for your information

Post #623980 Sun May 01 2022 3:41pm
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riverblanche



Member Since: 11 Jun 2011
Location: Retford'ish
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Hi,

sounds like the door actuator, have a search many threads about it, I have just (and I mean just) done the n/s/f on my D3

I went for a s/h unit £15, it can be taxing but very do able powerful uk have done a few utube clips changing them

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Post #624009 Mon May 02 2022 4:25pm
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karlos01



Member Since: 02 Jan 2022
Location: norfolk
Posts: 108

England 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

thanks for that I'll give them a look up been looking at it today and it locked a couple of times them sometimes it won't
so new mechanism it will be

Post #624015 Mon May 02 2022 7:03pm
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riverblanche



Member Since: 11 Jun 2011
Location: Retford'ish
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Hi,

its most likely to be the little motor inside the actuator thats passed its best, you can replace just that part about £5 but you need to take the actuator out and strip it down to replace the motor and your best stripping it first to make sure which motor to order, shaft length and gear on the end Question
so unless you have a selection ready its easier ( Whistle ) to replace the full unit.

My wrist and forearm are showing the signs of fat arm inside a small door space this morning Laughing

here is a link to when I did our FL2 locks, its a L/R thing Laughing

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Post #624023 Tue May 03 2022 2:57pm
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karlos01



Member Since: 02 Jan 2022
Location: norfolk
Posts: 108

England 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Java Black

thanks folks I'll have a look over the weekend

Post #624024 Tue May 03 2022 6:35pm
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