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Old 10-18-2013, 07:22 AM   #1
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Boxster S 2000 door problem - need help

Having problem with passenger's side door, door doesn't open.

Using remote to lock the doors, everything goes locked. Trying to open the doors, everything opens but passenger side door doesn't, car give 2 beeps.

Door won't open from inside or outside handle. It just refuses to open. When pressin opening button from the remote, you can hear something is moving there but door refuses to open. Been driving 3 weeks without getting passenger door open, then suddenly one day it opens normally. After driving locked the doors -> again same problem, passenger door won't open. Used car for two weeks and one beautiful morning it opened again. What's wrong with it, what do you suggest to do?

Here is the picture of Alarm input signals, when both doors closed: http://www.amigosracing.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/021013_MLM991.jpg

I'm wondering why driver's side says door secured but passenger side don't?

And here is the fault codes:

Alarm I32
Module Identification
Part Number 996.618.260.06
Supplier Part Number 080504003007

Current Fault Codes
60
Central locking limit position Lock not reached
Status: present
Occurance Counter: 1

47
Control locking synchronization
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 2
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

1
Door(s) secured and terminal 15 on
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 2
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

33
Interior sensor faulty
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 6
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

59
Central locking limit position Secure not reached
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 2
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

48
Airbag signal acknowledged
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 2
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

10
Voltage failure at terminal 30 with alarm system active
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 3
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

43
Alarm actuation by passenger's door
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 3
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

44
Alarm actuation by driver's door
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 1
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.

61
Central locking limit position Unlock not reached
Status: not present
Occurance Counter: 3
This fault is displayed for informational purposes, it is not an indication of a problem and no repair is needed.


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Old 10-23-2013, 06:38 AM   #2
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Anyone? Any tips where to start?
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Old 10-23-2013, 07:14 AM   #3
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I believe the lock/unlock is operated by electronic via solenoid. There's no manual lock/unlock. I would imagine the solenoid is on its way out. I believe the solenoid is at the latch.

When I'm back at home (travelling), I'll check the extra latch I have and post some picture.
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Old 10-23-2013, 10:19 AM   #4
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I believe the lock/unlock is operated by electronic via solenoid. There's no manual lock/unlock. I would imagine the solenoid is on its way out. I believe the solenoid is at the latch.

When I'm back at home (travelling), I'll check the extra latch I have and post some picture.
Okey thanks Trey T! Nice to get some advices, been really struggling with this. Let's get back to this when you get back home.
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Old 11-04-2013, 07:25 AM   #5
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I looked all over the place but I can't seem to find it in my garage. I'll look at it again in my garage attic.

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