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I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy. The power door locks dont work. The front passanger and the rear seat doors will not unlock. I have to physically mash in on the lock lever and pull up on the outside latch at the same time to open the doors. I have checked the fuse and it is ok. Does any one have a good idea

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Probably the spring in the door handles on the inside are broken. you can remove the inside handles and fix them byusing a cotter pin to hold the spring in place

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