[DML] Re: Unlocking issue
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[DML] Re: Unlocking issue



 I think I figured out what's causing the sporadic trouble. It seems
like tugging on the door handle to make sure the door is locked is the
culprit. If I just leave the handle go after locking, I never have a
problem unlocking, but if I tug on the handle once or twice, it acts
up when I go to unlock. I'll definitely try out your advice, David.
Thank you!! 

   Tony, vin 2586


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@...> wrote:
>
> A common reason for it to be difficult to unlock the door is that the
> latching linkage is out-of-adjustment. There must be NO preload from
> the latch rod on the lock or you will not be able to unlock the latch.
> The only fix it to open the door, lubricate everything, and then go
> through the latching and lock adjustment procedure. I recomend
> removing the latches from inside the doors to clean and relubricate
> them before adjusting. Beware of the sharp edges of the S/S inside hte
> doors. They are razor-sharp. Cover them with duct tape if you have to.
> You also have to make sure the anchor pins are properly adjusted and
> both latches hit the second locking position simultainiously.
> David Teitelbaum
> vin 10757
> 
> 
> 
> 
> --- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Anthony Tuski" <metabee01@> wrote:
> >
> > 
> >    Hi guys,
> > 
> >    I've had my D for about 4 month now. The power locks have never
> > worked since I've owned it, but I don't mind leaving them dead.
> > However for he past few weeks I've had the occasional problem of the
> > doors refusing to unlock at first when I use the key. Not all the
> > time, but just every once in awhile either the driver side or
> > passenger side will give me trouble. Usually if I turn the key the
> > opposite direction once or twice and then back, it will allow the door
> > to unlock, but on Friday night the driver's side gave me a HECK of a
> > time unlocking. I had to eventually go in through the passenger's side
> > and use force to unlock the driver's side with the inside switch. Any
> > idea what the problem could be? The weather has started to turn colder
> > around here, and I'm wondering if that has any bearing on things.
> > Could it be the linkage just needs some extra lubrication?
> > 
> >  Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks!
> > 
> >     Tony, vin 2586
> >
>






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