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Old 15-05-11, 10:49 AM   #1
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Hi, got a 407SW estate on a 54 plate. All other doors and Tailgate are fine and lock and unlock with the key fob, but the passenger door remains firmly locked.
My missus is getting really naffed off not being able to nag me from the front seat and I'm naffed off having to chauffer her around in the back like a Taxi Driver !

Any one any ideas (except using a Stihl saw!) how to open the door ?
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Old 15-05-11, 11:47 AM   #2
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Aren't sure if planet would be able to operate or disengage the lock, but I would of thought it would as you can test nearly everything else.
If that won't work then it'll be door card off which aint easy with door closed.

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Old 15-05-11, 12:49 PM   #3
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Is it possible for you to check the car ?
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sounds like the look has died or a cable has come loose. a few people have reported this on here and end up taking there door cards off while door is shut to fix it.



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With Planet you should be able to actuate locking for it to open unless lock is totally fobar , then its door card off while locked which is meant to be possible but a bit of a b*tch.
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Yeah can plug planet in no problem.

I'll send you a pm.

Or email me at [email protected]

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Door card off with door locked is definitely a job to be done when the customer ISNT watching
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Door card off with door locked is definitely a job to be done when the customer ISNT watching
I know what you mean, only ever done two before one was a 309 rear door that went well and other was a vauxhall combo and there wasn't much of the door card left by the time the door would open.

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Sorry to put a downer on it but if the locks not working normally then i cant see planet communicating either.

best get the trim off you`ll be fine bit tight but should come of with some firm pulling
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Thanks to all you guys for replying, looks like door card off and hammer and chisel job!!
Thanks again
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