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Rear door lock

No, it is not activated the same as the other locks and there is no handle to lift, just the key lock, I just wondered if there was a button somewhere that I am not seeing. Thanks

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I don't know if I understand the problem. Are you saying that one of your rear doors don't open when you click the unlock button? Yep, have that problem. My hubby took the door apart on my car and apparently the connection that unlocks the door is rubbing against another part. He fixed it but it went back to it's cheatin' ways. I am gonna open it up tomorrow and take a look.

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I don't believe than there is an extra switch, but most likelly your door lock actuator or motor is not working, but you should be hable to open it with the key, on rear door

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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