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Passenger door lock stuck

Hello,

Passenger side, rear door lock is stuck. It has to be opened or locked
manually. All the other doors locks work fine.
Help is appreciated.
Thanks, -Nasser

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  • gbhake Oct 29, 2008

    The rear passenger door will not lock or unlock with the remote or the driver's side control. The lock has to be manually lifted or pushed down to unlock or lock .

  • convoit Apr 09, 2009

    For my car:

    - The rear driver side went out first
    - Then the rear passenger side
    - Now the front passenger side is out

    They will not lock or unlock with the remote or the driver's side control. The lock has to be manually lifted or pushed down to unlock or lock.


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    Suzi Sciaini Oct 08, 2013

    Honda is charging me $230.00 just to look at the locks that are broken on my Pilot. Rear driver side and front passenger side will not lock or unlock with the interior buttons or the remote.

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More than likely the door lock actuator is bad the multiplex unit sends a signal to the actuator to lock or unlock

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Don't go to the dealership...Honda of Seattle is charging me $230.00 just to look into the problem. Front passenger and rear driver doors will not lock or unlock using the interior buttons or remote. Nice reminder of why I NEVER go to the dealership for any kind of service! Once bitten twice shy!

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