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Hi , Recently bought a i10 ,1.2 Classic. My central locking open all the doors , but not the boot. When i lock it (from drivers door), it only locks that door. I have to manually lock the other 3 doors. It isnt a remote key fob,just an ordinary looking key. I have checked the fuse (inside ), and all looks fine As i have never owned an i10 ,i dont know if this is normal(it is a drag though). Wandering if someone here could tell me if this is how the locking works
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No, that's not how central locking is supposed to work. Locking or unlocking the driver's door should also lock/unlock all the others.

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Thanks Autospark ! I had a feeling that this wasn’t right Any ideas or suggestions on what or where the problem could be?
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Yes I’ve tried the spare unfortunately it doesn’t work either I’m will try and praise the rubber grommet as you suggested & check the wires
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Ok took the rubber grommet & the boot trim off & looked at all the wires They all look fine from the bits I could see A lot of the wiring loom was wrapped in insulation tape I think it could be the lock actuator on the tailgate but will have to find a way to test it
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Hi yes on the wiring diagram ( Haynes) it shows 2 relays , unlock / lock Annoyingly it doesn’t show where they are I have looked under the drivers dash area but cant see it I have a bad feeling it could be buried behind the radio somewhere This would mean taking the dash of Unfortunately I don’t have the skills & knowledge to be able to do this
 

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Hi thanks for your suggestions! Yes the battery is good I haven’t thought about the actuator being the problem Probably because I thought they only control the door they’re fitted on I will try as you suggest & hopefully it will sort it out Fingers cross
 
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