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Driver Side Door lock

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by brabs_weather, October 1, 2002.

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    1. brabs_weather

      brabs_weather New Member

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      The driver side door lock will unlock but will not lock. The passenger and rear switch work fine. I have replaced the switch and is still will not work. Anyone have a similar problem.

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    3. Crankcase

      Crankcase Moderator Emeritus Moderator Emeritus

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      It sounds like the door lock actuator is going bad, search for that on here.....:)
       
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      I had the simular problem on my '94. I turned out to be the plastic clip on the lock cylinder. The clip had broke off causing the lock rod to jam up. You need to pull off the door panel and have a look at the lock cylinder and vertical rod that attaches to it. If the white pastic clip is broke the rod will just be resting loosely inside.
       

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