Question about 1966 Ford Mustang
Passanger door won't open (unlatch), window is open, lock is unlocked, tried both outside thumb switch and inside finger latch
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it doesn't work from master switch then the door lock motor actuator will need to be replaced, this requires pulling the door panel.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
SOURCE: Seatbelt Unlatches
This sounds like something broken in the latch. Do yourself a favor. Before it comes unlatched in an accident, go to your local dealer and get a replacement latch ASAP. That is one device in a car you shouldn't ever have to question. If it doesn't work right, replace it.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
SOURCE: Door won't unlatch or come open
Ford had a problem with the door handles not working properly. They are cheap plastic. If the exterior door handle is broken, you will need to drill out the rivets that hold it in, and then get the door open and the panel off. You have to disconnect the rod going to it. Then, remove the handle. If you don't want to drill again, I suggest replacing the rivets with a bolt and nut easily obtainable at your hardware store. I've found that a M7 bolt works very well. If you are having a problem with the interior door handle, it's the same problem. Remember to check your door latch because if your exterior handle is broken, then your latch isn't working properly. I got one at Ford for about 40 bucks.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
I installed a new turn signal switch in the steering column, and it fixed my brake light problem. Evidentally the turn signal and brake light wires use the same plug wires. It cost about $70. I would suggest doing this.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
Hold the door handle in the open position while using a bent coat hanger on the door catch lever.Sometimes a flathead screwdriver works to pry the door catch as well. Good luck, keep me posted.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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