My doors won't open on my 2000 Mazda 626

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Asked by Aug 28, 2013 at 10:30 PM about the 2000 Mazda 626

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

You can unlock and open the back doors from the inside.  The passenger door does not work at all.   Help!

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does this feel like a mechanical linkage problem or a solenoid problem to you?

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tell me is this your door...exploded view?

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that looks like a purely mechanical configuration...perhaps the solenoids or vacuum devices are not shown...perhaps this is the wrong drawing...help please~

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jeez, you're the one sayin' HELP....whawhojists~?

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Okay, nailed it with this cartoon, yours is not a "automatic" lock, but entirely mechanical....no? ....HELP....

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Hey Roy - - sorry for the delay! The strange part about the doors not opening is that the drivers door works fine!! Back doors only open if you get in and manually unlock them.

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what I was getting at was runnin' around like a drunken turtle to get your answers and the only satisfaction WE get is if YOU 'mark helpful' which apparently NONE of this has been helpful...crikey, won't even tell me if this is the right drawing....looks manual but you tell me that it is automatic...so back to square one....'cept NOT rewarding when YOU aren't marking anything helpful....on that note, you're on your own~ can't helps someone who won't help back...sux~

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Sorry I didn't do this right. I didn't mean to offend you by not marking as helpful.....

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is this locking system automatic/remote?

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It has an automatic locking system

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okay, look at fuse 3~

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A mystery why one and not the other~ now we're getting critical~

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Where is the fuse box??

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okay that was misinformation...that box has a fuel pump relay in it~

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the kick panel, the side of the dashboard and along the dash or in the center console are some typical places for the fusebox....quite certain this territory is covered in your Owners Manual~

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Thank you for all your help! I will check the fuses and see if that helps!

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It would be a challenge to keep a 1955 mercury on the road today~

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your new avatar~

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What a beauty!!! Mine is white with teal top and trim plus mild customized..... If I have more questions, I may contact you again!

55Mercury install it as your avatar....if you've got a picture....else I can find one that meets your description on google images~

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