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This is what fixed the my car's driver's door that was stuck closed and locked: the plastic piece that function as the manual lock/unlock on the inside of the door (it's black but when the door's unlocked it has a red side facing out) had essentially popped out and everything was jammed. So you push the button back in while you flip the inside handle open. But maybe I was lucky, in that it was only the button that was jammed.
THERE IS A CLIP ON THE INSIDE OF THE DOOR ON METAL ROD THAT GOES TO THE LOCK MAKE SURE ITS NOT DAMAGE OR FALLEN OF WHERE THE ROD GOES TO THE LOCK THERE ARE 2 ROD ONE OPENS THE DOOR THE OTHER ONE LOCKS THE DOOR
My friend just had this problem and he reached in and pulled the inside door handle back as far as it would go, and then let it go, allowing it to 'snap' back. For some reason this fixed it. We have no idea why. By doing this on one door, both rear door locks freed up and the rear locks are now working. Before, both rear locks were stuck and you could not open the doors from the inside nor the outside. Not sure why it works, but maybe it will work for you!
possibly your linkage from the electric solenoid and door lock to the locking mechanism has either fallen apart inside the door or also possibly it has gotten "over-center" and cannot operate properly from either the automatic electric or manually from the key, can you hear and click from the solenoid when you operate this electrically? and see lock button move a little,this would be a sign it's over-center.
This normally indicates that one of the pressure hoses has either popped off, or has a leak..the hoses run from the vac pump to the doors, with several T connections in between..Start at the pump and trace from there..Check for popped hoses at the T connections, the pump, and at each door lock actuator (inside each door)..Listen for hissing sounds when the pump is running, this indicates a leak.
after cking the child lock, try locking and unlocking the manual locks to see if you can hear any movement inside the doors. if all else fails, you have to remove the door panels.. starting from the aft lower corner, (careful not to tear the plastic moisture sheeting, just peel it back), the door panels are normally held in by plastic plugs and screws under the armrest, etc. once inside the door cavity, ck the linkages for wear or any signs of them being disconnected. try all the lock mechanisms again to pinpoint the cause, its good practice to clear all the drain holes at the lower part of the cavity once you're in there.