Question about Toyota Passenger
I assume that you have central locking, and the passenger side is not working..........if this is the case.....
what has probably happened is that the central door lock motor has failed.
This can be fixed by replacement only, as MOST of these lock motors are fairly cheap and they are a sealed unit (cannot open to fix them). It will be located behind the door trim.....if you are inexperinced in car repairs, I would not advise you to do it yourself, as there is a few things that could go wrong, and it would not cost that much to have it fixed anyway.
When you do have it repaired, ensure that you ask for a heavy duty motor to be installed...they cost a Little extra, but will last 2-3 times longer than the general purpose one and you will notice the difference in the strength and durability of this one compared to the others.
Dont replace all the others just yet, just one by one as needed.
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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