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Hello my mazda 323f 1999 isnt unlocking properly when i go to unlock it with the key the drivers door stays locked and when im in the car it locks me in

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On some Mazdas, if you are unlocking the door on the passenger side with a key, it is not supposed to unlock the driver's door. The power lock system will only work from the driver's side. It is supposed to lock you in...that is the way it is designed. Check your owner's manual.

If you don't have an owner's manual, you can get one from the Mazda web site

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