Question about Kia Sportage
Check the striker has not come loose or check the latch spring has not broken or came off.
Posted on Oct 05, 2015
If it doesn't work from master switch then the door lock motor actuator will need to be replaced, this requires pulling the door panel.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
You will need to remove the hatch panel, and release it manually. It is a pain in the **** with the hatch closed, but it can be done.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
put a screwdriver in the latch jaws and force it open
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
sounds like you lached the door
use a screw driver or some such tool
lift the outer handle and slip your tool in the middle of the lock hole in the door flip the lach open wile holding handle up
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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To start, the noun "''rear latch switch'' is incorrect. It's actually called "Slide Door Lock". It's located on page BO-20 of the Toyota Repair Manual for the 2001 Sienna. There are two door locks on one sliding door. One in the front and one in the rear. Obviously, you want the one in the rear. The location for the "Slide Door Lock" (which also contains an electric switch) is in the rear of the sliding door located mid way up door. You can see (sliding door opened from the back) it without dissembling the door. And, the lock is made up of plastic (dirty white in color).
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