Question about 2004 Mazda 6 Sport
If i keep trying to unlock it with the key it may open then it want close
If you talking about door latch wont let door close.try to reset all door locks.first if you cant get door close.work unlock button with remote or door switch.then hold open door handle while you flat screw driver pull up latch in door latch should stay up so door will close.once get door close.try resetting all door locks by sitting inside vechicle with all doors close.remove key from ignition.open drivers door.wait 24 seconds.turn ignition switch on and back to lock position 3 times.press and release drivers door courtesy light 3 times.ensure doors lock and unlock.if not wait 40 seconds and repeat procedure.if this procedure fails. you have problem in the door latch and lock mechanism inside the door itself.
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Door is stuck
I have had this on both of my front doors. What happens is that the door opening mechanism has rusted on you. It is like if you were holding the inner door handle open. The door won't unlock then, and the key won't go all the way on the outside. I have had to remove my door panels (NOT easy with the door closed...) and lubricate heavily the mechanism. Then the cable for the door handle went back in place.
You might be lucky and be able to get the door open by pushing the handle cable back in and it might release the mechanism, and then you will be able to open the door and remove the panel easily.
I believe that the problem lies with the seal for the window that can channel water to drip directly onto the mechanism. You will see it once the door panel is removed and you take the plastic off.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
It's always a good Idea to check fuses first, as that is the easiest thing to fix. I would suspect if its not a fuse it may be the door open sensor, if you open the door there should be a device in the door frame of the car where the door connects to the car door hinges. If you push that sensor in with your finger it should turn off the interior lights. It may be wiring to that sensor, or the sensor itself, also the sensor may have worn out to the point where it does not push in enough to activate the switch anymore. good luck.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: mAZDA mILLENIA 1997
Take some "electoclean" spray and hose down the key slot ( 4 bursts). Then spray the key and insert to work it around. My car did the same thing and it clears the beeping noise and allows the security system to engage.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
this ones trick but ive done it. you have to carfully pry back the top part of the door panel and you should get enogh room for a small arm to fit in and manuall pull up on the relese lever for the latch to the door then you can take the door apart for inspection
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
SOURCE: lectrical problem
check your owners manual, i know my car would do such a similar thing all i done was look in the manual and it told me how to disable the autolock feature. if you disable this you will still have use of your keyless entry but it sould diable the auto locking. hope this helps
Posted on May 05, 2009
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