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Had the same problem removed the hatch interior panel, removed a little grim from the working parts, loosened the 10mm bolt securing the lock motor, manually worked all the parts and sprayed a bit of wd-40. Its been about a week and no problems since. I did this because of two problems 1 using the remote the lock wouldn't fully disengage (but could hear it working) and 2 would also encounter problems trying to manually unlock with the key.
02 xterra 4x4 SE
One way you can do it, is to remove the paneling off of it and locate the lock mechanism and turn it by hand. However, you'll need to keep a phillips screwdriver (possibly) in the vehicle, incase it's needed to remove speaker covers (speaker, etc) if installed and hinder the paneling to be removed otherwise.
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After getting in earlier this morning and closing it while at the park, when we were done at the park, we went to open the rear hatch, and even though the electrical lock sounded normal, it would not release. Completely jammed.
I have a seperate remote start/alarm by viper and it's been acting up lately. So I had to use both remotes to unlock my car but got the back hatch open. It does still act up and seems like it's sticking. I'm going to try and give it a shot of wd-40 and see if that helps at all? If not then I don't know what to do? Maybe get rid of it then?