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DaveBloke

Rear Passenger Door Won't Open

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Dear ford members

I have a Ford focus Titanium 1.8 tdci on a 2006 plate. I went to put my shopping in my car and the rear drivers side passenger door won't open although all other door's open pefectly fine. I have used the central locking system on my car but to no avail. I have also tried using my key to unlock the door but still won't open. Does anyone have any idea's as to whats wrong with it? could it be a simple fuse or could it be more serious? any help would be very much appreciated. Many thanks.

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Dear ford members

I have a Ford focus Titanium 1.8 tdci on a 2006 plate. I went to put my shopping in my car and the rear drivers side passenger door won't open although all other door's open pefectly fine. I have used the central locking system on my car but to no avail. I have also tried using my key to unlock the door but still won't open. Does anyone have any idea's as to whats wrong with it? could it be a simple fuse or could it be more serious? any help would be very much appreciated. Many thanks. I have tried the key trick with turning it on and off 4 times and the rear door still won't open. When i use the central locking the faulty door interior lock doesn't unlock completley yet still won't open. Any one know where the fuse for doors are situated?

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I've had this on my Mk1 a few times. it comes and goes. I think it could be related to moisture getting to the electronics for the lock.

A bit of WD40 might sort it. Now for the 'but'. I can't remember how to get the WD40 in there.

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