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Driver side door will not closed. latch will not open in the door

Have automatic door locks. driver side door will not latch close. its about to rain

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Take seat belt out of door jamb...

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open the handle like you are trying to open the door, then get a screwdriver, and flip the latch back to open. It is stuck in the shut position. Hurry before it rains.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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