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Pinky



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England 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 DCPU Baltic Blue
Central locking fail

Hi, has anyone any idea what might have gone? I unlocked the 110 with the remote and the lights flashed as normal but the thing remained locked. Subsequent presses of the remote did nothing, no lights or anything. I cautiously opened it with the key expecting the alarm to go off but again, it just opened the one door, the others remained locked, I can’t seem to find a dedicated fuse for the central locking so don’t quite know where to start! Any help gratefully received 👍🏻

Post #779147 26th Jun 2019 7:51pm
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Martin
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United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Montalcino Red

Fuse 6 (15A), Fuse 7 (20A) in the battery box fuse box.  1988 90 Td5 NAS soft top Cool
2015 D90 XS SW Mr. Green
2006 D110 CSW (Dad's)

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Pinky



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England 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 DCPU Baltic Blue

Thanks, but you will have to be more specific. The battery box has nothing but the battery in it, the drivers seat box has relays and a few fuses, the in dash box has fuses. Non relate to 6&7

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Alright, I'm trying to help.

It's called the "battery box fuse box" on the wiring diagram. Sorry, it's the seat box fuse box.

I'm assuming that this relates to your 2011 Puma as per your icon.

In which case there are 6 fuse links and the first 7 numbered blade fuses in the seat box fuse box.

Then blade fuses numbered 8 through to 47 under the panel beneath the steering wheel.

I've given the exact fuse numbers and ratings, I got the common name of the fuse box slightly wrong.  1988 90 Td5 NAS soft top Cool
2015 D90 XS SW Mr. Green
2006 D110 CSW (Dad's)

Nanocom, IID, Forscan and Webasto diagnostics available in North Oxfordshire

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United Kingdom 2015 Defender 90 Puma 2.2 XS CSW Montalcino Red

From what I can see, fuse 7 has an icon of a car door and key in the fuse box lid label. Looks likely.  1988 90 Td5 NAS soft top Cool
2015 D90 XS SW Mr. Green
2006 D110 CSW (Dad's)

Nanocom, IID, Forscan and Webasto diagnostics available in North Oxfordshire

Post #779176 26th Jun 2019 11:22pm
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Thanks, I’ll take a look when I get to work.

Post #779188 27th Jun 2019 7:27am
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.........and once/if you find a blown fuse, look for the broken wire(s) between a pillar and a door (the one with the actuator that doesn't work) which caused the short!

Post #779203 27th Jun 2019 9:49am
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Yep, blown 20 amp.
Doc P, all the actuators work so it’s either a partial break or just one of those things! If it happens again I’ll investigate further.

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UPDATE

After this continued to happen randomly and all wiring in the doors checked and confirmed sound I looked at the remote itself.
turned out to have a broken solder joint. I re-soldered it and problem solved!

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