I don't really know but the first things I would try are: push door lock/unlock button and try to unlock it with the key.
"Slide a big size screw driver to act as the rod on which the door supposed to hook in the normal operation, and try to pull the handle while pulling the door out and pulling the screw driver toward the car. Hope that will help."
Worked for my 90 thunderbird, thanks.
Isn't that annoying: it's happened to me on two different doors. It has nothing to do with the lock mechanism, but instead is a little locking hook inside the door where it meets up with the locking post. It will be in a shut position. Depending on the door, you may have to removed a little plastic cover just above it for better visability. As I recall, you need a strong flat head screw driver to snap the ring open - not forecefully, but strong enough to flip it open. As strong as that locking ring may seem, it comes right open when addressed from the proper direction.
Happened to us twice. I just lifted the outside door handle and flipped the catch with my other hand.
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Rotate the latch while lifting the door handle worked for '96 Burb with power door locks.
This happens when the doors are put on child lock, or locked out from the driver door electric locks. I do not know why it happens but happens to us all the time. Be careful not to gauge out the rubber casings around the part that is stopping door from closing, seems to make it happen more often once gone. we quit using the child locks!
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If the armrest on a 1992 Suburban is in the locked position and will not unlock, check for a foreign object that might be stuck in the hinge. Sometimes the armrest can lock if the bolt holding it on is too tight.
Open the handle while pushing the inner workings of the latch open.
Locked my keys in it help
AnswerMost cars come with spare keys but you could get a locksmith to unlock it.
a bearing that is locked in position an not able to move.
The card is locked so that it stays in the correct position for the camera to read the card.
Kick Buttowski Suburban Daredevil - 2010 Kyle E- Coyote Locked Out Rocked 2-32 was released on: USA: 22 September 2012
Ensure that when the iPod buttons are not being used, including when it is switched off, that the unit is locked. To do this slide the "lock" switch to the "locked" position. If the unit is in the locked position and the buttons still function then the lock slider may be broken.
Try wiggling the steering wheel
The easiest way to solve that problem is to call a locksmith to unlock it for you.
Some questions attract vandalism, when people change good answers to nonsense. Therefore, those answers are 'locked'.
It is a good possiblity the brake hose feeding that wheel is at fault.
Locked-in syndrome has a very poor prognosis, although some individuals have lived as long as 18 years with the condition
No. This is a description for a solid.
Above water, near Australia, close to Antarctica, water locked
The particles in a solid are closely locked in position and can only vibrate.
the particles in a solid are closely locked in position and can only vibrate
Your lock is broke, It was probably forced up or down while in its locked position and it detached. It's also possible for the tilt assembly connection bolts to have loosened over time.
Zimbabwe is land-locked and therefore does not border the sea at all.
The little tab on the side of the SD card has been moved to the 'locked' position. When that happens, no data can be written to the card, nor can anything be deleted from it.
solids only (study island)
With the key stuck in the accessory position the steering wheel is locked and the gearshift is locked in the park position. Perhaps you should consider having a locksmith change the key cylinder where it is, or else have it towed to the garage.
If the battery is dead it will not allow the key to return to locked position. Thus trapping you key in the ignition.
The cooling system fan clutch is frozen and locked up. Replacement of fan clutch is necessary to correct the problem.
Latch stuck in locked position? Electric "pull down" not working?