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Why is my passenger door lock not working?
There are five common reasons why your car door lock is not working. The key fob battery is dead: This is one of the most common reasons why your car door lock is not working. A fuse is blown: If one door doesn’t work, but others do, the problem could be a blown fuse. Replacing the fuse will correct the problem.
Why will my car not lock or unlock?
The key fob battery is dead: This is one of the most common reasons why your car door lock is not working. If your locks aren’t working, replacing the battery in the key fob could solve the issue. The key fob is faulty: If the battery isn’t the problem, the issue may be with the fob itself.
How do I reset my Lexus door lock?
All You need to do is hold down the unlock button for five seconds, release it, and then hold down the lock button for five seconds and release it.
Why is the door lock not working on my RX300?
This is a common issue we found, especially in RX300’s that sit a long time, have a slightly low battery, or sit in the hot sun (100 degrees+). Try searching in the RX300 forum. I think it was message 8925 where I put a detailed account of how I removed the door panel and replaced the motor/switch/lock combo.
How do I change the Lexus door lock feature?
You say don’t turn the engine on and then say “when shutting the engine down”… To change the Lexus door lock feature, switch the ignition on without turning the engine on. Switch to neutral. Click and hold the unlock button for about five seconds. Keep neutral when shutting down the engine. Click and hold the lock button again for five seconds.
Can the key unlock the front passenger door?
The key will unlock the front passenger door. It’s just the remote that will not open or lock the door. I am having the exact same problem with my driver side door. It is a 2003 RX300.
Why won’t my mechanical key lock turn?
The mechanical key lock is separate, as I remember. Does the key turn, but doesn’t move the lock? You may have a problem where it connects, and not the motor/latch/switch. But with the door panel removed, you will be able to check it out and replace the faulty component. I hope this info helps! Thanks.