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Answer to: Door locks rear door behind driverAssuming that you have electronic locking system as you described that will unlock all the doors.... Each door has a electrical means and a mechanical means of unlocking and locking the door. Similar to how pushing down the mechanical button or switch on one door manually unlocks or locks it, using a key in the door does the same manual mechanical lock or unlock. When you go to another door, only that door is manually unlocked when you twist the key. All the other doors are triggered to unlock when you twist the key using a different electronic system that uses a motor to electronically move or twist the button/switch which will lock or unlock the doors. The electronic mechanism in your door handle that won't lock with the rest is most likely damaged, worn out, needs replaced. Depending on the model of vehicle, these can be fairly cheap to replace (probably anywhere from $5-50) and will take about an hour or so to replace depending on the model of the car and skill of the repairer. You should be to easily fin...
Answer to: Fan keeps breaking upLorraine, Can you explain your situation a little more so that the community is better able to help you?
Answer to: How to remove PH000 keyboard stripped screws?Jp, I would most definitely be careful in what you chose to do next. The more that you work at trying to remove the screw, the more likely you are to continue to chip away at bits of the head of the screw which would make them easier to remove. Unless you have some precision using a rotary tool, I would not advise it being your first option in cutting into the remaining part of the head of the screws. You might find it more difficult than you had before to get a grip with a driver onto the head. Soldering to the screw could also make for an even messier problem. However, it would probably the safer of the two options you were considering. Unless you are able to solder a strong connection onto the screw heads, you won't find it to be much more use if the solder doesn't provide any more grip or strength in turning the screw to remove it. You said that you are replacing the keyboard anyways. So how important is it to you cost wise and time wise that these screws be removed from the old keyboard? You may find tha...