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1998 Honda Accord Lx 4 door. Power door locks work intermittently

1998 Accord Lx 4 door. Power door locks work intermittently, randomly, all of them, either with the remote control, the lock switch on driver door, or with the driver´s lock itself. Tried resetting computer by changing wiper speed position. This procedure seems to alter the pattern of which locks work and which dont, but have been unable to make them all work in unison. Seemingly on cooler temperatures (60°F or so) they seem to work better, or when the vehicle hasnt been used for a day or so. When a particular lock doesnt work, it does not make any clicking noise either.

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I had the same problem on my accord 98 coupe 98.
and one day they stop working. i changed the engines of the locks and now the doors are working gr8!
hope it helps

cheers

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

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