Question about 1995 Honda Accord
The passenger side door wont lock....all the other doors lock but i the passenger button wont even go down...it stays up
The solenoid that operates that lock is frozen, probably from corrosion, or some linkage is rusted.
Look for any removable plastic plugs on the door edge, remove them, and spray a penetrating lubricant through them.
If the access is large enough, sue a flashlight to peer in to see if you can recognize the mechanism at fault.
Keep the lubridant quantity reasonable since the stuff might contaminate speakers and other things that don't like petroleum distillates.
Spray a little; try the lock, repeat.
Sometimes, you get lucky.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
The driver door module (DDM)
The passenger door module (PDM)
The rear door module (RDM)
The LH front power door lock switch
The RH front power door lock switch
The LH front door lock actuator
The RH front door lock actuator
The LH rear door lock actuator
The RH rear door lock actuator
The remote control door lock receiver (RCDLR)
The power door serial data circuit
The class 2 serial data circuit
The DRVMDL Fuse - 10 amp
The PDM Fuse - 10 amp
The RRINMDL Fuse - 10 a
Class 2 and Power Door Serial Data Links
The class 2 and power door data circuits are both serial data links. The serial data circuits replace cables in the vehicle by multiplexing (time-sharing) data to and from each device over a single wire referenced to ground. If the power door serial data is lost, both the rear door module (RDM) and the passenger door module (PDM) enters the sleep mode. With the RDM and the PDM in sleep mode, no power door operations are possible.
Your best bet is to take it to the dealer or an ASE certified repair shop .
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