Inoperative Door Locks Due to Resistance in Circuit on Ford Excursion

One or more of the door locks may become inoperative due to resistance in the circuit. In some cases, replacement of all actuators will be required to correct this issue.

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Average mileage: 114,124 (24,000–178,000)
6 model years affected: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, more2004, 2005
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2000 Ford Excursion 153,000 mi,
Same issue, all actuators do not unlock doors with remote, they only move a smallamount.
2001 Ford Excursion 110,000 mi,
Inop door lock actuators-all four doors. Door ajar issue as well fixed with wd40
how to remove left front door panel
2001 Ford Excursion 144,000 mi,
power door locks stoped working on part of doors
2001 Ford Excursion 140,000 mi,
Replaced all door lock actuators, even the rear one.
2001 Ford Excursion 92,000 mi,
All locks failed, not repaired yet
2002 Ford Excursion 174,000 mi,
inoperative door actuators, replaced with new actuators
Rear passenger door and back door don't lock until button is pressed about 5 times. Front passenger door has the same issue with unlocking
Drivers side passenger door lock does not work, Still not fixed
2001 Ford Excursion 130,000 mi,
Powered locks do not work.
2000 Ford Excursion 100,000 mi,
electric door locks stopped working
2000 Ford Excursion 100,298 mi,
Not fixed yet, but the drivers door is the only door that locks and unlocks with the remote.
2001 Ford Excursion 62,000 mi,
Frist the driver door went and then the rear driver side passenger door stopped locking and unlocking. just about to order 2 actuators now and see what happens.
2001 Ford Excursion 150,000 mi,
Auto door locks inop