Central Locking Solenoid

What is a Central Locking Solenoid?
The central locking solenoid is effectively just an electrical switch that opens and closes the various locks around the car such as the doors, boot etc. These require power and when they fail can lead to problems getting into the car, especially on newer cars when a manual way of opening the car isn't always straight forward.
What problems can be caused by a faulty Central Locking Solenoid?
How much does it cost to replace the Central Locking Solenoid?
They tend to cost from around £20 per unit.
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Main boot release not working

i have 2 boot releases on my 206 sw. one release for the whole tale-gate to open and another, located to the right of the main release, that releases just the rear window. the main release has more or...

2004 Peugeot 206 sw
Posted: Nov 10, 2013
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Drivers door

The drivers door wont open can here central locking working all other doos working ok is there something i can do without going to main dealer?

2004 Peugeot 307 2.0hdi
Posted: Mar 6, 2012
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FUEL FLAP WILL NOT OPEN

Hi, I have a Clio extreme 2007.. when the car is unlocked the FUEL 'Flap' will not open,, so I cannot fill it up with petrol,,, I am running on fumes....There is nothing in the manual to help me.! ...

2007 Renault Clio EXTREME
Posted: Dec 5, 2011
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Passenger door wont open

passenger door will not open all buttons lift and all other doors and boot open.as their is no key lock on the passenger door you cant open manually,can anyone help?

1994 BMW 7 Series 3.0i v8
Posted: Jan 10, 2009
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