Sometimes the lock sticks because either the door handle or door lock rods are not fully disengaged and they may need oiled to free them up.If you lift the outside or inside door handles and they feel like there is no resistence to them they may be stuck or if the door lock rod stuck and you tried to open the handle this could jamb the system. Another thing that could go wrong is you might have a bad power door lock.if you can somehow get the lock system oiled up ( I use pb blaster) and see if the key lock on the outside is free also ... it may need oiled up to.. I live in a high rust area so this is a common thing around here. if you can take the door pad off somehow too it would be easier to work on... if this doesn't help try your local body shop for help.. hope this info helped In the Chevy Caprice Classic wagon models, there's a child safety lock on the jamb of the two passenger doors that lock out the handles. Try switching the lever from its current position up or down then try the locks and handles.
its the fuse
you hit the unlock door button twice.
use the passenger door.
You use your key to unlock the door. Then it will be open. If not, a locksmith can help.
check fuses in fuse panel and check , does the power windows work ? , check for power at door lock control unit in door
The only way to address an issue with door handle that will not unlock the doors on a MK4 VW Golf is to remove the panel that covers the lock on the door itself. After the panel has been removed the problem can be identified.
push they key in further !
my hand set wont unlock my doors with new batteries and when i unlock the door with the key and open it the alarm sounds and wont let me start the car
The golf door mechanism is set to unlock the drivers door only. This is a safety measure, it allows the driver to get into the car and control who gets into the passenger side of the car.
"To manually unlock the passenger door. Put key in passenger door keyhole, lift door handle while turning key clockwise." This happened to my daughter's car. I got this advice on bimmerfest.com and it works!!!
take off door panel remove door lock componets and go from there
This is by design. It's done to help prevent you getting car jacked by someone jumping in the passenger door This might be normal. I have two cars, one requires a key and the other can use a wireless key. With the key I turn once to unlock the driver door, then turn a second time to unlock passenger door. With the wireless I push butten once to unlock driver door and push a second time to unlock all other doors.
take seats out so that you can gain access to the door panel. remove it and unlock. or remove fuse. not sure if it has one though.
Why will the key not unlock the door? If you are using the correct key it should unlock the door. Try both doors. If it will not work you need to call a locksmith to come and unlock the car door with a slim jim.
check fuses........ rosdale joe Better ANSWER Door lock solenoid, it is what activates the levers to lock and unlock the door. You will need to remove door handle and interior door panel to get to it.
you have to unlock the passenger door from the outside with the key
it opens by the door key passenger side lock and unlock twice and then open the gas door stupid right
go to passenger door insert key turn to unlock holding handle up turnkey through 2 clicks passenger door should unlock
Passenger side of dashboard. With the passenger door open, there is a door on the end portion of the dashboard panel. Turn the small recessed knob to unlock the door and the door will tilt off towards the front of the Vette.
Lock on driver frot side is not working
If you are referring to your power door lock on the driver's door, I know that on my 1995 Explorer XLT, in the jack storage compartment there are relays for driver door unlock/all door unlock/all door lock/ and two more relays for interior lamps and trailer park lamps.
You need to use the red master key to unlock the door, if you are using a black chipped key it is not fully programmed into te driver door lcok
Press the " U " on the lock/unlock switch located on either the driver or passenger door.
I have the same problem, but i have a '95 Monte Carlo but its the same bodyframe and my passenger door wont close. I have to either slam it to get it shut, or spend an hour or so playing with the door hinge....like my passenger door, when i open it up, you know how its got that grabber thing to make it grab on to the metal latch to shut it? Well, i have to open that and play with it, and the unlock/lock button to get it closed
lock both doors, and then unlock only the passenger door with the key.