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PASSENGER REAR DOOR WILL NOT SHUT STUCK OPEN?

Passenger rear door stuck open, door prop will not let release. This is a1987 mercedes 300d turbo sedan.

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  • prrytech Apr 27, 2009

    Thanks lastech I got the door panel off and removed the door brake, with some prying and penetrate oil was able to free the old one up. thanks prry tech

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    rear deck lid is stuck, Button turns correctly and also pushes in but will not release deck lid

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Hello,seems your door brake is stuck-up,remove your door siding,then put some grease or replace your door brake,ty

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My bmw e46 coupe passenger stuck wont open from inside or out

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