Question about 2006 Chevrolet HHR
Posted by Anonymous on
That might help you did it work before you change the switch recheck if you didnt forget to hook up some connector to the door luck actuator
Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 chysler town and country
There should be a manual shut off switch for the doors. shut off the power to the doors then manual open it. you should be able to overcome any debris in the track. then you can clean it out. it the door is locked and won't unlock, the fuel door may be open or cracked open enough to not allow the door to unlock. there is a lever or switch that prevents the door from opening when the fuel door is open.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
I was able to determine if you move the inside door handle toward the front of the car, then you could remove the door panel. However, it takes a little force to pot out the plastic clips, but if you work around the outside by appling pressure with a thin tool, such as a putty knife it will pot out.
My problem was a small yellow plastic part that connects the outside and inside door handle rods was broken.
So I plan to replace the part and see if that fixes the provlem. If so I can save over $340 dealer repair costs.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
The ignition key will not come out of the ignition cylinder with a bad battery. There are jump post to the battery so you do not have to remove the battery cover to jump the car. Once you open the engine hood, look at the battery cover and look for the positive jump post, it will be marked and the ground will be anywhere you can ground the jumper cable in the engine bay. Once you have the engine running or you connected the jumper cables with the other car running, you can remove the key's from the ignition. Good luck and take care not to damage the pass lock system in your ignition lock.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
yes there is a manual winding mech. i think under around rear seats,thats where the relay and fues are for the auto roof, normally its quite easy to get the motors working on mech, you need multi meter , fuses and a psare relay.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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