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I actually have a 2006 Pontiac G6 that the passenger side front door will not unlock therefore I can't open the door, this happened a few times over the last month but then the door would unlock but now for 2 wks it will not open at all

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The lock mechanism is likely seized up. If it's electric, the actuator/motor can seize causing it to not unlock even with the key. It jams the lock and handle.
The door screws will have to be removed, then the panel pried off to access the lock/unlock motor and parts.

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