Question about 1995 Volkswagen Passat
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Look on the very end ot the door you will see where the recieving latch is.This is where you spay.You need to make sure that the latch didn't fall into the closed position.You can look at the latches on the other doors to see what they look like in the open position.You can take a flat screwdriver to flip the latch back and forth while you hold the handle.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
Testimonial: "Saw what you meant & tried it & it worked - thank you! Any idea if it's likely to do again and if I need a new lock - or a constant supply of WD40?"
inner door pannel ??????
it is likely glued on or if it is metal then it is welded
plastic is the usual thing behind plastic pannel
pick up a chilton book and look it over
or ask dealer for copy of door break down from there chilton book
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
ok, this could be caused by the lock actuator itself not fully unlocking both doors but leaving it up just enough that after a few pulls, makes contact. one test is to lock the doors manually and then unlock. see if they act up. then use your remote(key fob). see if they act up. if its only with the key fob, the actuators might be getting weak and need replacement.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
inside the mechanical lock (The part that actualy holds the door shut when you close it) there is a switch that informs the control unit that the lock is either locked or unlocked.
These switches fail sometimes, when this happens the control unit is not aware that you have opened the door, and therefor will not wind the window down slightly.
The switch is integral with the lock unit, and they are not easy things to replace either.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
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