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09-07-2009, 08:09 PM #1
1991 GMC Suburban Power Door Locks
My drivers side door lock is jammed up. Both inside and outside door handles feel like they are working properly. When I try to turn the key to the unlocked position, it will not turn. When hit the power door lock switch between the locked and unlocked positions, I can feel the latch moving up and down slightly. I pulled the screws out of the inside door panel but I don't see how to remove the panel. I don't want to damage anything so can someone please advise on removing the panel and/or what they think may be wrong? Thanks in advance.BUDZILLA
Port City, Southside
09-07-2009, 08:57 PM #2
The panels have "pop in" plastic holders that press fit into the door. There are variouis tools out there at any parts store for this, or you can use a screw driver (carefully). You have to pry the door panel away from the door and you can slide the screw driver / tool towards the fasteners one at a time and pry them out of the door. Sometimes the fasteners break anyway, but they are also available at any parts store.
As far as what has happened, I am willing to bet that you have bent a rod or it has come out of the fastener joint and jammed. Usually fairly common and easy to fix. Good Luck
Jim1994 Silverado 1500 2 wheel drive 350 TBI Auto (4L60E). Standard Cab / Bed, all power.
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