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1998 Honda CRV Power Door Lock


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crvtech 
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Hi I have a 1998 Honda CRV with the factory power door lock and keyless entry, however I have an after-market alarm. When you start crvs and go into drive the doors are supposed to lock, however when I'm driving I can still hear them re-locking themselves as if theyre not locked?! It sometimes does this when the truck is off also. Also recently my keyless entry keypad went out, so I reprogrammed it, it will work for a certain amount of time until it gives out and I have to reprogram it. I think something inside the lock system is resetting itself. Could it be a bad relay or actuator? All of the doors lock and unlock and I hear no buzzing or clicking. Or could it just be a lose ground or a wiring issue. Please help me! I appreciate it greatly.

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Power Lock GREEN / WHITE  -  driver door harness
Notes: Must use relays to trigger the lock and unlock wires.
Also found at the green factory alarm plug located in the drivers kick panel.
Power Unlock GREEN/ orange  -  driver door harness
Notes: Must use relays to trigger the lock and unlock wires.
Also found at the green factory alarm plug located in the drivers kick panel.
Lock Motor WHITE/ red  5wi drivers kick panel
Unlock Motor blue/red  5wi drivers kick panel
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crvtech 
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Its the factory remote. I dont know if it used relays. I dont know if its the door lock motor because it does it for ALL of the locks from what I understand but then again if the drivers doorlock is bad wont it mess up the others???
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crvtech 
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Theyre supposed to lock from the factory system when you go into gear...
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crvtech 
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Ill check the relays underneath the kick panel what do they look like and how do I know they are bad? Or could it just be a bad connection between them and the wires? Thanks alot I appreciate all the help....
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crvtech 
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Ill check the relays underneath the kick panel what do they look like and how do I know they are bad? Or could it just be a bad connection between them and the wires? Thanks alot I appreciate all the help....
Nothing is impossible, we simply haven't found how to do it yet.
crvtech 
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Ill check the relays underneath the kick panel what do they look like and how do I know they are bad? Or could it just be a bad connection between them and the wires? Thanks alot I appreciate all the help....
Nothing is impossible, we simply haven't found how to do it yet.

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