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If the door locks by using the door switch the fault is with the master control unit. So there is a link failure from the master control to the sub units in the door, it can be a break in the wiring harness in the door hinges as this remote trigger can be lost on the driver side and which goes parallel to the rear side.
remove the panel and check the lines, compare to the other side to find the missing line - open wire. You can loop or wire a new connection from the open section.
if you can here relays when unlocking/locking check for power at door lock actuators inside doors, if you have power on lock/unlock and good earth from connector actuators are faulty.
if no power on test light when operating check output from central door lock module while operating, none coming out of module then it might need replacing.
check 30Amp power fuse for main relay under bonnet (which goes to pin 8 white/blue on module)and 10Amp gauge fuse in cab(pin 1 blue/red on module),pin 15 is also power when relay is on(red/blue) with test light, and module/ actuators.
check outputs from module pin 3 & 4
that go to door locks
I would see if you can get one from the dealer or call a audio store and see if they will give you one. other wise its pretty easy when you have the drivers door main switch to where you can probe wires use a test light on each it will light up when you press unlock lock ect that is it besides the power ground and acc wires. other wise I am sure a car audio shop will give you a print out . sorry if this didnt help.
Remove the door panel and reconnect the plug going to the front driver door lock or, if you can hear the motor trying to engage the door lock cam when you press the lock/unlock remotereconnect the door lock lever bar
I believe this was done as a safety feature. It stops a potential car hyjacker from sneaking in the passenger door when you open the driver door. I know recent Hyundai models are set up such that if you turn the key in the driver's door once it only unlocks the driver's door. If you turn it twice in quick succession it unlocks all of the doors. Maybe the Camry is set up the same way.
should be 3 screws in the handle, with caps over them, also 2 screws in the in the crease when you open door they are closest to the hinges and i believe there are 2 more on the side of the door opposite of the mirror side, they all have small screw covers over them so they are kind of hidden, then there are 2 to 3 pop ins in the bottom of the panel that you might have to pull out but they are on the inside of the panel, the door handle cover is a lil hard to get off you will have to mess with it alil but there arent any screws holding it on