Question about 2003 Chevrolet Blazer
If you can't open the door from either the inside or outside, and the lock is moved to the "unlock" position, then the latch itself may be bad. First try manually locking and unlocking the door several times to see if the lock mechanism has gotten full of crud and see if that helps any. If it opens from the outside but not the inside then the child safety latch might be engaged which prevents the door from being opened accidentally from the inside by young children or the inner door handle linkage [in the door] might be broken. If nothing you do helps at all then you many have to remove the inner door panel to get to the latch linkage inside the door and try opening it there by manually moving these linkage rods. [not easy to do when the door won't open] Usually one of these methods will get the door open. Good luck and hope this helps a bit.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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