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Door is stuck

My 2003 Mpv driver door is not responding to the unlock button. My key is not going all the way either to unlock the door manually. look's like the motor is jammed up.

How can i open my fXXXXXXX door.

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  • superman333 Aug 01, 2008

    Thank you but i had to pry my door anyway. then i did grease it generously until everything worked good. with a small dent in the inner door side.



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I have had this on both of my front doors. What happens is that the door opening mechanism has rusted on you. It is like if you were holding the inner door handle open. The door won't unlock then, and the key won't go all the way on the outside. I have had to remove my door panels (NOT easy with the door closed...) and lubricate heavily the mechanism. Then the cable for the door handle went back in place.

You might be lucky and be able to get the door open by pushing the handle cable back in and it might release the mechanism, and then you will be able to open the door and remove the panel easily.

I believe that the problem lies with the seal for the window that can channel water to drip directly onto the mechanism. You will see it once the door panel is removed and you take the plastic off.

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

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