Hello I just bought a 97 Intrepid 2 days ago, the drivers side rear pwr lock grinds every so often when going to the lock position. I remove the lock assm from the door. The DC lock motor is a sealed unit,but I decided to have a look anyways. I removed the 2 screws and split the unit. I wish I had not done that, there are 3 springs that are a pain to get back into position while assembling the halves. So the short story is buy a new/used one! Hope this helps. Roy K.
You have to lock and unlock the driver door at least 3 to 5 times.
What? Barn door lock on a Yukon????
The door lock, on your 1999 Mercury cougar, can be replaced by removing the inside door panel. The locking mechanism is easily visible and can be changed.
Use a small screwdriver or ink pen to apply pressure to the latch while pulling on the door handle.
A Chrysler Sebring does not have a reset switch.
If the electric door lock is frozen on a 1999 Suburban, a hair dryer can be used to warm the area of the door where the lock mechanism is. If the key entry is also frozen, there is a lock de-icer pen that can be used to spray away frost in the keyhole.
Here's a video that I've included below, that shows you how to repair the door lock actuator on the sliding door of a 2001-2007 Chrysler Town and Country.
We have a 2002 Protege so I assume it is similar to yours. 1) Carefully remove the Door Panel 2) Unscrew and remove the Door Lock mechanism 3) Now simply separate the Door Lock Actuator from the Door Lock (The Door Lock Actuator is the part with the wires coming out of it.) Installation is the reverse. Have Fun!
If the power door locks are not working on a 1999 Honda Civic, check the fuses. It is also possible that water got into the door lock mechanism and shorted out the system.
Remove the inside door panel. Remove the door lock linkage. Remove the door lock barrel retaining ring. Reverse the process to install the new door lock.
its in the driver side door in the actual power door panel
http://www.taligentx.com/passat/maintenance/doorlockmechanism/ try this link it wil be helpful
remove the inner door panel, you can access the bolts from the inside of the door.
If the sliding door on the 1999 Mercury Villager will not stay open, check for something that is not allowing the latching mechanism to lock into place. Make sure that the door is all the way back so that it can lock in.
you have to dis-engage the passangers door lock with car off.
does it have a child proof lock syetem that locks from drivers door?
If the door is open. or any door is open. All doors will lock but the drivers door. I guess so you don't leave keys in. That's how it works on my 99.
Yes, a 1994-1999 Buick LeSabre has a door lock fuse. It is a MIN20 type of fuse (mini, blade-style, yellow, 20 amp).
... Child safety lock???
There are a number of reasons why your door might not lock. You could have something stuck in the door for example.
Depends on what part of the locks are not working.. the remote?, the lock button?, a certain door?, the manual lock slider?
Unit is incorporated in the door latch and is not serviced. You'll have to replace the latch assy.. Where is the sender for the automatic doorlock?
Turn the key in the drivers side door lock to the locked and then unlocked position. This should clear the alarm and reset it.
take off door panel by removing screws, push in on middle of holders ,lift panel off of door release clips on door lock and door handle rod remove handle.