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    Tadpole
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    hi this is a long story but please bear with me as unless it is solved i am about ready to burn the car!

    right my central locking on my '96 peugeot 306 1.9td 3 door is playing up, basically if you press down the passenger button the boot and drivers door go crazy repeatedly locking and unlocking, they then stop but start again after a short interval. if the passenger button is left up then nothing happens. if the drivers button is pressed down then only that door locks. i have checked and repaired the wiring in the drivers door and still no success. i have located the central locking control unit but it is different to all the others ive read about in other threads/forums it is grey and only has one connector on it, which is orange but most others are said to have 2 connectors, 1 white 1 black. i have tried shorting out all the wires suggested to disable the auto unlock feature to no avail and am now totally frustrated with the car. if you use the remote to lock the car it just locks and unlocks the boot/drivers door the passenger door seems to be dead, ive checked the wiring it's fine and something must be happening as when you push it's button down it triggers the other door/boot

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    does anybody have any suggestions that may help?

    cheers
    chris

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    ok bit of a development, now got it so that if you push the passenger door pin down it locks then unlocks all doors/boot, if you push down the drivers door then only that door locks, all wiring has been checked and only fault is a slightly frayed white wire on the passenger side door harness. io think that the motor has gone in the drivers door wot is everyone's opinion? i think im just going to rewire both doors and realign them aswell. has anybody ever wired in an aftermarket door motor instead?

    cheers
    chris

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    i dont know much about electrics, but have you checked earth.
    2001 306 RALLYE

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    The driver's door module tends to play up the most. Sometimes, this module only works in one direction, ie up, and it very difficult to push down the door button lock.

    The main central contril unit could aslo be a possiblity, but seem to more reliable.

    You might strike it lucky by getting a replacement module from the wreckers.

    Regards,

    Scott

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