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> Dual Problem Locks/external Temp, Door Locks/External Temp
Platypup
post Jan 16 2012, 06:35 PM
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Adonis, your problem seems to be in the lock itself, not the electrical connections to the door and therefore is more difficult to fix. The following link will take you to posts in this forum where others have had a similar problem to yourself. Unfortunately the fix seems a bit drastic, involving breaking the old lock mechanism to remove and replace it!

https://www.volvo-forums.com/index.php?show...mp;hl=door+lock

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post Nov 30 2013, 06:31 PM
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Guys, i have a major problem that the door is locked and it doesn't open, please somebody help me..i have the same problem but i cant reach the connector
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post Apr 1 2016, 07:51 AM
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QUOTE (adonis @ Jan 16 2012, 09:40 AM)
I have a similar, with an extra degree of difficulty. The passenger door is locked
and it is virtually impossible to unlock it. I can lock/unlock all doors except the passenger.
I have also been unable to open the door by pulling on the handle (which pops the pin) but the
door remains locked. And there is no way to take the panel off with the door closed.
Any ideas ?

And yes, I have tried pulling twice on the inside handle, pulling it while standing on my head,
tapping the door, banging on the door, with and without pleasantries for volvo etc etc...

I manage to pull the panel half the way out with the door shut...but I will somehow have
to remove it completely, then remove the metal plate, then the lock...this is a job and a half
but the dealler here in the France had given me an estimate for $600 to replace the module..
(btw I found the module + window motor for $40 on ebay )...
And we all know this is not the problem, but hey, he can shutgun it at my own expense...




Hi everyone,

My front passenger door doesn't open at all, from inside, outside or with fob. Volvo dealer is telling they need to do diagnostics at 100 first then let me know what is wrong with it.
The central locking mechanism is not working for that door only.
anyone got a solution?

cheers
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post Dec 15 2017, 01:02 PM
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- 7 to - 27 degrees centigrade is displayed as the outside temperature. Have replaced the sensor, but still gives wildly incorrect temperature reading. Anyone know the cure?
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post Dec 16 2017, 01:15 AM
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The most common cause of incorrect outside temperature readings is corrosion and thereby poor electrical contact in the connector at the front of the door. The fix for this is found earlier in this particular forum discussion and elsewhere in this forum. Look for the link to the Volvo service bulletin describing the problem and the fix. For those in the hotter parts of the world the incorrect low reading from the outside temperature sensor will also prevent the air-conditioner from engaging.
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I grease my connectors once in a while when the temperature starts to missbehave.
Got the A-pillar grease fix back in 2007 om warranty. Stopped working some years later and i fixed it again with oxide cleaning and regreasing.

Really annoying.
The root cause in my case was water entering side mirror and water got in to the DDM via cable harness. Fully corroded connector. The green gold was there (IMG:style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)

Changing connectors/harnesses in my case should permanent fix it. But its a really expansive repair at the OEM volvo stealer.
Theres a few ones that done it there self. But have not found a guide on youtube.
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