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Check the latch itself (on the door) is in the open position, ans didn't accidentally flip to the closed position. This has to be open so it can fit over the stud in the door jamb, where it flips over the stud to latch the door. If so, while holding door handle (as if you were trying to open/unlatch door), flip latch open, with a finger or a screwdriver.
you need to check the wiring harness on the drivers side front door where it comes from the inside of the car to the inside of the front d/s door....the best way to do this is remove the left kick panel and remove the left door panel.....then unplug the harness inside the kick panel and feed it out to the outside of the car and then to the inside the door panel.....untape and pull back the rubber around the harness and start checking for broken wires and also double check all of them by pulling on them.....these will break over time by opening and closing the door so much and always right in the bend of the door......this is a common problem on these cars....let me and fixya know if i was able to help you and a thumbs up and a comment would be appreciated......if i can help in any other way let me know.....thanks and have a blessed day.......
To re-align the catch to allow the door to close...be sure to pull the inside door release first...also check the mechanism on your drivers door...this should help you see it is re-aligned for proper closing...Hope this helps.
It is possible the latch mechanism closed after opening the door. Get a flat blade screwdriver and stand outside your truck, looking at the door latch area. you should see a small flat arm that is making a closed loop in the area where the door striker goes. Stick the screwdriver inside the loop and gently pry outward on the loop as you pull the door handle. That loop is actually like a tongue that should flip inwards towards the truck as you pull the handle. There are a few different ways you could possibly flip the latch back, depending on the exact configuration of the latch assembly. Usually on my wife's van we have to put the screwdriver through the loop from the outside and rest the tip on the door. Then, as we pull the handle, we move the handle of the screwdriver toward the vehicle which flips the latch back down so the door striker post can go inside the latch. I hope this helps and please rate my solution - I'll wait a little while to see if it works for you - if not let me know right away and I'll try to help you figure this out. Thanks for using fixya!!!
your can check is it something stuck in the lock, first operate your roof either way, if you are going to open the roof as a first action boot lid will open to backward, let boot lid fully open and stop operating the roof, ignition off and have a look if something stuck you can see, if you are going to close the roof let close the roof and before close the boot lid stop operating roof switch, otherwise faulty boot lid lock, if faulty lock but you can try by mettle key blade which is in your electronic key, first take out mettle key from electronic key then insert mettle key in to the key hole in boot lid turn fully left and open boot if not work turn fully left and push it in, is this information helped you?
heres what you do open the door and theres a latch that connects to the hinge when shut the door take a flat head screwdriver flip the latch up so can close the door this should fix the problem if not pull positive battery cable off let sit 2 minutes reset computer doing this but still have to flip up the clasp itself
Look at the end of the door where the latch is located. The latch may have flipped to the closed possition when the door was open.There is a U shaped piece that when the door hits the post on the door jam it flips up to hold the door shut.If you can get the passinger door open you can see what it looks like in the open position. If this is the problem just hold the door handle like you are opening the door and with a srew driver or even your finger you can push than U piece back down.To keep your door from freezing shut try putting sone silicone spray on a paper towl and wiping it on the rubber door seal.Spray a little on the door latch as well.
Check the latch mechanism on the door. There is a piece of the latch that closes around the clasp on the door frame. sometimes this closes when the door is open and you can't shut the door. Take a screw driver and flip this latch piece open and close the door.
Any possibilities of coats, clothing brushing against dooor and INADVERTANTLY latching them closed ? OK heres how to open the latch. Make sure door lock is in the UNLOCK position. With one hand , lift and HOLD up, OUTSIDE door handle, while taking your pointer finger and flipping open the latch on the side of the door. VOILA Hope this helps