DRIVERS DOOR LOCK< ELECTRIC WILL NOT OPEN FROM INSIDE

Asked by Feb 28, 2014 at 06:38 PM about the 2011 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

drivers side electric door lock and inside handle will not open door. must put window down and reach out side to open door. Inside handle feel like lever broke or rod came off.  Is there a diagram available to look at for repair ?  To Lock from the outside on drivers door you must use the Key.

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drivers side electric door lock and inside handle will not open door. must put window down and reach out side to open door. Inside handle feel like lever broke or rod came off. Is there a diagram available to look at for repair ? To Lock from the outside on drivers door you must use the Key. I have the same problem on my ford fusion se not only the key locks the door but for me also the remote works. I will go to the dealership in the next few days to see if they can fix. I also think it is the linkage.

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Help me

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Same thing happened to me. It is the linkage. It cost me 250 for the door lock, handle. If your electric window goes out, it's 354 and change. Good luck.

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There is a utube video on a simple disassembly of the door frame, how to check for malfunction, and how to replace worn out parts. If you want dealerto charge you a bunch of money that's on you. Or you can take 1 hour of your time and fix it yourself for 50 bucks! Good luck.

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$20 fix and this YouTube video shows you how. https://youtu.be/jCZv1KZtee8

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