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i10 central locking

Hi I have a 6 yr old i10 all the doors open & lock fine only problem is the boot doesn't
I have to open & lock using the key. Not sure if it would fail mot with the fault but would like to
get it sorted.Any ideas where I should be looking? I know absolute Zero about cars
Appreciate any help/suggestion
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Hi Chris.

You would really need to remove the tailgate trim and check to see if there is a power supply and earth at the tailgate actuator when the doors are locked/unlocked.
If the power & earth are good you know the actuator has failed and will need replaced. If not, you probably have a broken wire.
The wiring often breaks where it routes between the car body and the tailgate. I'm sure there are already a couple of threads about broken wires in the loom there.

It wont fail the MOT because of this fault.
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Many thanks for the Info & taking the time to reply so quickly
Very grateful to you.
I will check it out Tomorrow & let you know,
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