Hello everyone, I'm new here and to the car scene in general.
Bought my first car, it's a second hand Ford Falcon BA XT MkII 2004
So I got a roadworthy guy to come out and inspect the vehicle and one of the things he failed me on was the central locking... I mean, personal opinion I think he's taking the piss. Like the tires being too worn and seat belt retractor not engaging properly is very understandable but a central locking problem? That I don't even know is a problem because I thought that's how the door operates...
Like, I wanted to argue with the guy but I thought best not to at the time. What about older cars he inspects? Some older cars don't have central locking.
I found this on a different forums having to do with the same subject "If it's a feature of the car, it must be working..".
Anyways, Let me get to the point of this thread.
I want to know, If you unlock the driver door with the key itself on a Ford Falcon BA XT MKII 2004, does it unlock the driver side door only or is it meant to unlock all the doors?
Other people say it's a door actuator problem but all doors lock and unlock correctly with the center console button.
Anyway guys, Let me know. Cheers.