If it was due to ice and the door being frozen, there's probably nothing that can be done. If the cable detaches once I'm sure it will detach again. I'm sure Rogue will have no simple problems like that after being about 5 years at the market but for now it's a pain. Firstly, do you have the child locks on? I find the Rogue doors are poorly designed, and they ice up quite readily. Had about 10F weather last week after it had been raining. I used to dream of owning Nissan's sports cars. We only purchased this vehicle 3 weeks ago and am very upset that I recieved no service to cover such a common issue.
I concluded that the cable had snapped. Also they will reprogram transmission and do the recall on steering wheel. Won't open from the outside, so I have to open the passenger door, then lean across and open the driver's door from the inside. Guys could you please tell me the original part code of the seal that they are going to change? Anyway i had no choice but to crawl over the console and go out her door. Look for a screw in the bezel, under the handle lever. Have you got a copy of the service manuals? I haven't removed the trim yet preferring to see if anyone has found a solution to opening the door? It shows the components and explains how to remove them. Any help or direction is appreciated.
If you hold any door handle open while trying to close the door, it will bounce back. Almost a month ago my passanger's side door stopped opening from the outside and I was thinking to wait for the weather get warm to figure out myself. My door just failed to open this morning. It sounds like the handle mechanism or cable is the issue. Material may not be copied or reprinted without written permission. After defeating the task of disassembly.
I've had similar problems, and posted a few items on this forum on how I managed to fix my situation total cost was 1 cable tie! Also spray some white lithium greese in the locking mechanism to make sure the problems not there. Brought it to the dealer and they said they put the cable back in. I noticed that the cable seemed not to be moving even though door latch was working correctly. No it was not due to snow or ice. The interior lock is on a separate actuating rod as the cylinder.
At the same time I asked them to put chrome handle if I order it they said they can do it after the original would be installed. I think it will turn out to be a door actuater part that i have read about. We had 10 inches of snow here last weekend and the doors were just packed with snow and ice, but with a firm push from the inside they always opened. Anyway, not sure what else to say, if you've got any warranty issues such as a faulty door latch you should take it to the dealer and they'll fix it for free. What would you do if there was an emergency and you had to get out real fast? The problem is with the locking mechanism.
I'm the same, I can hear it working inside the door but neither the inside or outside handles will open it. I think the Muranos were having this problem too. So for a week I will have no access to the driver's door from outside. That sounds like what may be happening. So hopefully this will rectify the problem.
I knew better than to really jerk on the handle so i just pulled enough to get it open. I was ready to take my nephews car but suddenly after I finished my cigarrete the door closed. I reminded them of the tech service bulliten about locks freezing. Brought it back to the dealer and they got it to open from the inside but not the outside. Tech replaced outer door handle and inner bracket with cable assemblies because the handle cable frozen as well. The thing is that I'm in Ukraine, thousands of miles away from dealership that know about this problem.
I have filed a complaint to the corporation. Apparently that was enough for the handle. Be very careful on a cold day to not crack the door panel. But I believe asking for a customer oriented service at a dealership is still a little bit too much to ask. Still waiting to see if our salesman can do anything for us. The interior lights come on and the puddle light is on, so the car knows the door is open.
I was told that my bumper to bumper warrenty is expired, so I attempted to fix this problem myself. Tried doing a search but mostly came back with broken lock cylinders, which is not the problem here. At this stage it looks like I may need to pull the door off from the hinges but I don't know if the lock will stop it from being removed. If there is not, you found the problem and need either a new clip or handle. They are independent publications and are not affiliated with or endorsed by or. Went out today, unlocked the car as usual but the rear passenger side door refused to open.
I can feel it at the steering wheel but I even got used to original vibration awhile ago. At the side of the driver side door there is lock mechanism which is like a 'U' shaped. I don't know how long it takes to issue a recall but this is a very dangerous problem. I bought a new Nissan Dualis +2 one month ago. Usually pushing the door lock down I can get the door to close and remain closed. Two birds with one stone kinda deal.