Question about 1999 Subaru Impreza
The actuators move the locking assembly forward and backward to lock and unlock the doors.If the actuators are stuck or only moving in one direction, then door will not get unlock but get locked or vice- versa.The actors needs to be checked.Take a screwdriver and remove all of the screws that secure the panel to the door and pry the panel off of the door. Once removed locate and examine the wires that go to the actuators. If they are damaged or broken that is your problem and you may just need to replace the damaged wire. Also look for broken or disconnected rods.If the wires checked out, ok, then manually try to lock/ unlock the doors.If it gets working that way by key, then its faulty actuator causing the problem.--------
Check out.This should help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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