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We bought this car knowing that both rear doors didn't open. When we removed the panels on both insides of doors then we popped them open and the one side worked until we put the panel back on. The passenger side worked as well only with out the panel on. Both were gummed up and didn't work well but we did spray them with WD40. Any help would be great on this.

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  • seashell283 Jul 09, 2008

    There doesn't seem to be any child locks on the doors? Any other ideas?

  • nathanlamers Dec 17, 2008

    i was cleaning the of the door and must have flipped some kind of switch or some thing the door wont open anymore it locks and unlocks but will not open. what should i do to get it open and ill deal from there?

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Make sure there are no child locks

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