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2001 Subaru outback stuck in valet mode

I've tried the recommended fix, I.e., hold down unlock with driver door open. Doesn't work. Anything else? Manual locking and unlocking very inconvenient!

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put the kee in the lock turn the kee and hold it there in the same time use the screw driver and pull the lacht down thanks for using fixya pierre

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SOURCE: 2001 Subaru Outback security code won't stop flashing !

im a service manager at a Subaru dealer. The security system is in valet mode. Open the drivers door, with the drivers door open hold the small unlock button on the remote and keep holding it until the light stops flashing.

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SOURCE: driver door lock stuck

if you get it open spray the latch with PB blaster. do the same with other doors

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open the trunk and pull the carpet away from the side on hte r and you should be able to manually retract the locking mechanism from the door.

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SOURCE: 2003 Subaru Legacy Outback: Driver's door lock brocken, tab feels

alot of times a lock smith has "slim jimmed" the car before and that subsequently can break clips or knock off lock rods to the latch. not too hard to fix if you can get the door open in order to remove inner door panel accessing that latch and rods...if the door wont open i have used a very long ,slendy screwdriver and poked down the window opening to mannually open the door latch ...it takes a little time and some gentle poking to hit the lever on that door latch

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