Hello. I need some help with my 95 subaru impreza door mechanism. It wouldn't lock and unlock correctly so we messed with the door latch and pushed the turn mechanism down, and now it's stuck and the door won't close. We can't get the mechanism back to the open position to close the door. Thanks
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Hello. Under your brake pedal is a switch with a plunger on, that activates your lights when depressed. Just follow up along the pedal and you will see (probably) a white switch.Check to see if the wires have been pulled out.
Make SURE your door key, outside in the door... is straight up and down. The security system is protecting the car, it thinks the doors need to be locked. This is sometimes caused by the keyhole not being verticle.
I have two Subarus, a 1990 and a 2000 -- both have systematic doorlock problems. The best suggestion I can give you is to Google Subaru forums, there are several good ones, and by postinfg and looking at archives, you will get answers from people who have had this issue. The best: www.ultimatesubaru.org/forum
first unlock car manually with key
remove driver side kick panel/lower A pillar trim
connect locking registration wires together(two white connectors,black wire and black and blue wire)press and hold central locking switch on drivers door in the unlock position .interior lamp will flash and an acoustic sound will be heard. now get your key and press unlock and then lock the door should lock then unlock, job done ,i persume it was to program the fob to work the central locking u wanted
First, it may seem obvious, but check the fuses associated with the remote unlock. Next, go to Autozone or somewhere like that where they have a remote tester. That will tell if the remote is functional. If the remote works and the fuses are good, see if you can find out how to program remotes to it. It may have forgotten the code for that remote.
The red light on the dash has several blinking patterns, just depending on what you set if for. But no matter what setting (valet mode or armed mode) the key fob should still work for the doors. If the unlock is not working, but the lock is working your problem is in the remote. If you open it up you will find that the rubber peice that makes contact with the board is broken. The remotes will need to be replaced, which is covered under the factory wrty. If the lock and unlock does not work at all then there is a programming issue, the dealer can reprogram the remotes for you. The reprogramming has to be done by the dealer. they have to hook up a lap top and program the remotes. The older models could be done easily.