Door lock issue 1986 190e

Hi List.
My passenger side rear door, has an issue with the lock. The power lock system makes the buttons go up and down, but even when the button
goes up on that door it seems to remain locked?
A couple of times I worked the button manually and this unlocked the door. Now that doesn't seem to help, but using the inside door handle works fine.
This is where my infant daughter is usually located, so I think I need to fix it.
Thanks in advance for ideas/ suggestions.
Marty
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are boiled alive! You don?t need silverware, the hot spicy meat comes off in your hands.
6 live babies 1 lb. smoked sausage 4 lemons whole garlic 2 lb. new potatoes 4 ears corn 1 box salt crab boil
Bring 3 gallons of water to a boil. Add sausage, salt, crab boil, lemons and garlic. Drop potatoes in, boil for 4 minutes. Corn is added next, boil an additional 11 minutes. Put the live babies into the boiling water and cover. Boil till meat comes off easily with a fork.
Oven-Baked Baby-Back Ribs
Beef ribs or pork ribs can be used in this recipe, and that is exactly what your dinner guests will assume! An excellent way to expose the uninitiated to this highly misunderstood yet succulent source of protein.
2 human baby rib racks 3 cups barbecue sauce or honey glaze (see index) Salt black pepper white pepper paprika
Remove the silverskin by loosening from the edges, then stripping off. Season generously, rubbing the mixture into the baby?s flesh. Place 1 quart water in a baking pan, the meat on a wire rack. Bake uncovered in 250 oven for 1 hours. When browned, remove and glaze, return to oven and bake 20 minutes more to form a glaze. Cut ribs into individual pieces and serve with extra sauce.
Fresh Sausage
If it becomes necessary to hide the fact that you are eating human babies, this is the perfect solution. But if you are still paranoid, you can substitute pork butt.
5 lb. lean chuck roast 3 lb. prime baby butt 2 tablespoons each: salt black, white and caye
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Parmesan
This classic Sicilian cuisine can easily be turned into Eggplant Parmesan If you are planning a vegetarian meal. Or you could just as well use veal - after all, you have to be careful - Sicilians are touchy about their young family members...
6 newborn or veal cutlets Tomato gravy (see index) 4 cups mozzarella, 1cup parmesan, 1cup romano Seasoned bread crumbs mixed with parmesan romano salt pepper oregano garlic powder chopped parsley Flour eggwash (eggs and milk) Peanut oil for frying.
Pound the cutlets. Dredge in flour, eggs, then the bread crumb mixture. Fry till golden brown in 350 peanut oil. In a baking pan, place a layer of gravy, then one of meat, gravy, and cheese. Another layer each of meat, gravy, and cheese. Then bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Serve on hot pasta with romano cheese.
Southern Fried Small-fry
Tastes like fried chicken, which works just as well. In fact you may want to practice cutting up whole chickens for frying before you go for the real thing. Whole chicken is much more efficient and inexpensive than buying pieces.
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I got the exact problem. Eventually the vacuum pump died... this is the suretell sign of pending failure. When I rig up another pump to the system, that door lock works normal.
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Really? Even though the button goes up and down? Even though manually working the button doesn't open the lock?
I have a feeling it's not the vacuum system (wishful thinking I suppose)...
Marty
PS What is with the dead baby recipes? Is everybody getting this spam?
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Oops... I jumped too far ahead... take apart your door panel and check the linkage... easy fix.
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