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Drivers side door closed and will not open.

Drivers side door lock actuator and latch.Door handles both inside and out do not open door. The door lock actuator was buzzing and now has quit working all together with the latch getting stuck in the locked mode. Unlocking the door, hitting the unlock switch, using interior and exterior handles do no work. The latch is stuck...Any tips on how to get the latch to release or get the door open without further damaging the door?

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Remove inner door latch and try operating the rod manually (vice grips). If locked, spray everything inside the door with WD-40 or the like and try operating the lock.

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