that depends WHAT only turns halfway.
Check for broken wires in the drivers door jamb harness.
The circuitry "remembers" the previous direction and reverses that direction.
It sound's like either the servo in the passengers door is bad or one of the manual switches are bad. If the drivers side manual switch will work for the passengers door then it's a switch (could be problem with the switch on either side since most are interconnected). If nothing will make that door work then it's the servo in that door.
Open the drivers door and there is a fuse box on the side of the dash you can only see with the drivers door open. The seat fuses are 25 and 41.
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.
There is something wrong with the Mechanics of the opening system, get it serviced.
cuz back then they only needed the passenger door lock....you were in the drivers seat....you had to be able to get in and drive really quick after you robbed a bank
On the drivers door armrest has the window lock switch been pressed on the left side ? If it has , then only the drivers door switches operate the power windows . Press the right side of the window lock switch
open drivers door and read the tag by the door latch! ONLY if you happen to have a Ranger. if you dont you are out of luck and this person is only making noise.
mine did the same thing> it was a broken wire int he rubber boot going from the drivers door to the pillar (by the door hinges). just slide the boot off and check your wiring.
Ok the issue you have is that the comfort module lost its programming that why it only opens the drivers door with the remote to reprogram this feature you will need a vw specific scan tool to change the coding in the value blocks you will need to find a vw service shop to be able to do this for you . I hope this helps. ---Mine did this when the bat. went dead---Read more: Volkswagen Passat GL 2004 passat only drivers door will unlock - JustAnswer http://www.justanswer.com/vw-volkswagen/4emry-volkswagen-passat-gl-2004-passat-only-drivers-door-will-unlock.html#ixzz1eVaGFaCd
yes, one click for just the driver's door, then 2 clicks will open the rest.
Look under the hood, on the drivers side. On my 98 it is on the drivers side of the dash, only able to access with the door open.
Check to see if the air diverter door is working. It sounds like the door is shut and air cant come to the drivers side.
Make sure the window lock button is not engaged on the drivers door. If the button is not engaged then there is a short on the window lock switch. Answer 2:Had to replace the complete drivers door switch assy.I believe rainwater from the driprail falling on the switches is the cause($255.00 from dealer)
its the locking of the driver and passenger door with the key that operates he alarm. the only way round it is to lock the drivers and passengers doors from reaching in via the back doors or obviously locking the passenger sides before getting out by pushing th pin down then get out of the car and lock the drivers door by reaching in from the rear drivers door.
there is two fuse blocks. one under the hood on drivers side. the other is on the side of the dash, drivers side. can only get at it with door open.
You are using the remote? If so, insert the key to unlock the door. Your actuator is faulty. It doesn't use a remote, the key turns in both doors, moves the door button up & down on the passenger side door - not on the drivers side - can lift the door handle up on both sides - only way to get in or out of car is to open door from inside passengers door (drivers side door is completely inoperative), if you open glove box alarm goes off & can be shut off from passenger side outside door lock. This is not an aftermarket alarm but box stock Audi
Replace the wiring harness. Easy fix. Most likely is a broken wire.
To lock one side of a sliding mirrored closet door, a person can insert something in the channel for the slide mechanism that will stop movement of the door. A screw will accomplish this if it is left only halfway screwed in.
Yes--But loosen only DO NOT REMOVE COMPLETELY
Sounds like a defective switch on the driver's door disconnected wires on either door or you have a lock out switch turned on... with driver door, i suggest pulling your "panel" off and verify your switch is actually connected and if it is, then replace the switch
Has the power window lock switch on the drivers door armrest been switched on ?
vin numbers can be just about anywhere, almost all cars will have them in the drivers door, drivers side of windshield (seen from outside only) and under hood on the cat sticker.