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    Central Locking Problem- All doors unlocks But Won't Lock

    Hello Every one I am new to these forums . Just bought a 2004 Sharon 1.9 TDI. NIce big car but got the issue with Central Locking with remote . Car had flat battery not sure for how long but when i bought it needed to be jump start . All works fine beside coluple of these issues. Please if some can help to solve this .

    1. With remote all the doors unlock as normal but it wo'nt lock with the remote . I have to lock the doors manualy from driver door with key whick locks all the as it should . Same time sitting at driver seat pressing the door lock on driver door all doors locks . But not able to unlock the doors with any remote out 2 remotes we got . I have changed the batteries on both remotes but still no joy . Did reprogram them as per manuls instruction but still not able to lock the with remote .

    2. 2nd issue we have once the ignition is off radio stays on which is after market kenwood 3041 . not sure if it wrong feed to radio .

    I will be realy apriceated if we can get some help . I have checked the keys with auto smimth who did the frequcny check on remotes which is fine acording to him . light does flash on both remotes when pressing lock button but car does not respond.

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    Using a suitable diagnostic system such as VCDS, you need to look at Measuring block 014 zone 1 of the J501 multifunction control unit (address 09) to see if it is recognising the signal from the remote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crasher View Post
    Using a suitable diagnostic system such as VCDS, you need to look at Measuring block 014 zone 1 of the J501 multifunction control unit (address 09) to see if it is recognising the signal from the remote.



    Thanks For your Reply . I will Find someone local witth VCDS who can diagnosed for me . Is this a common problem with this car as I could not find any similar issue anywhere else . Do think if if i Disconnect the main battery for few minutes will reset everything . Thanks

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    First posts normally go in introductions else you could get a free fix and we never see you again!!!

    As said: You need to get your motor scanned (preferably with VAG-COM\VCDS) for any error codes logged in the ecu and post them, that will save a lot of guessing and check systems out.

    Disconnecting the battery leads and holding them together for a few seconds to discharge any capacitors in the system is only a quick fix.
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