- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
There is obviously a switch on the fuel door that prevents the sliding door from operating while the fuel door is open. Look for that switch and spray some electrical cleaner (or even "Brake Kleen" from an auto parts store). Both evaporate quickly without leaving residue. The switch is probably "gunky."
ok this is what you do to get in without AAA or a locksmith. find a long piece of metal bendable wire. (metal coat hanger) and make it striaght and make a hook on the end of it. Next find a wedge (door wedge works). put the wedge in the side of the door. where the front door meets the rear door. and push it in to slightly open the door. Its easiest to insert to wedge at the top side corner near the top of the window and slide the wedge down to near the door handle to make the opening wider. next (with the wedge stuck in the door crack) slide the long metal wire into the opening at the top of the door corner and either press the unlock switch or grab the door handle and open the car. good luck! hope this helps ya
try reprogramming the seats had to do this on an infiniti. look in the owners manual for the seat adjustments and it should tell you how to reprogram the auto seat. on this one i had to open the door more than two times turn key to on position not started set the seats and everything where it needed to be and resave it on the door switch. then the seat starting working right again.
This may or may not work depending on exactly what is wrong with the door, I cant tell what is wrong without looking at it directly however: You can try starting with all doors closed and unlocked, keys in hand disconnecting the battery and letting the vehicle sit for 2 min or so, then reconnect the battery. Put the key into the ignition and turn it to the on position but do not start the van. Next press the button to disable the power sliding door for the drivers side, then manually open the door fully, wait 5 seconds, then close it manually fully. Press button the button again to re-enable the power sliding door, then try to use it with the automatic feature either by pulling the handle or using your remote, this may or may not work depending on if the door has somehow become de-initialized (it should work now) however if something is broken inside the door closing mechanism or door closed/open sensors, the door will continue to malfunction.
could be a partially broken wire in the wiring harness that runs in the door track. the wires are inside what looks like a plastic chain that allows it to move with the door and have seen them partially break not allowing power to flow the whole time