I'm an idiot let me just get that out of the way.
I had a rear passenger door start buzzing when the automatic door lock engages. I took out my trusty service manual and decided that I would just find the wire to the door lock, cut it and do the repair later.
First I cut the wrong wire and did not re-connect it, then I cut the right wire and I thought I was all set, so I just closed the door and was all done...right?
nope. Now the door is permanently locked and the manual door lock does not slide to the unlock position. Something is blocking it from unlocking and...as you can imagine, the door is not opening. I figure there's a common, well known reason for the buzzing & it's probably the same thing yall had.
First, does anyone know if it's also possible to take apart enough of the door while closed to get it open, then...what part am I going to neeed to fix the original problem? Next, am I going to have the same issue with the other 3 doors?
I looked at wjjeeps for info on this but did not see anything. Did I miss it?
Thanks in advance. If there's no info on it here I guess I'm gonna neeed to study the manual for this one...
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