Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf
For a long time the key to my 1999 VW Golf would just turn in the key cylinder of the driver's door lock without actually unlocking the car - I could only open the car on the passenger side. When I spoke to the garage about it they said it would cost a lot to diagnose the problem and possibly be hundreds to fix. Now the same thing is happening with the passenger door lock. I can only get in by opening the boot and climbing over the back seat to unlock the doors from the inside. Can anyone help with a possible diagnosis and have fixed such a problem themselves? Many thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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