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Hello all on here its been a few years since I last posted on here so am just updating where I'm at. I've just bought a cheap well hopefully cheap 53 plate Maasai 3 door hard top. Needs a few bits and bobs doing to it one being the usual rear window open/close issue.

It drives ok apart from a clonk on the rear when changing gear or accelerating hard again I think this is the rear diff suppport even though vendor said it was exhaust. What I would like to be pointed in right direction with is the central locking. It'll lock drivers side door no problem but wont unlock has anyone got a schematic drawing of the assembly or any ideas what it could be. Opens fine on the key and passenger side is fine.

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Hello all on here its been a few years since I last posted on here so am just updating where I'm at. I've just bought a cheap well hopefully cheap 53 plate Maasai 3 door hard top. Needs a few bits and bobs doing to it one being the usual rear window open/close issue.

It drives ok apart from a clonk on the rear when changing gear or accelerating hard again I think this is the rear diff suppport even though vendor said it was exhaust. What I would like to be pointed in right direction with is the central locking. It'll lock drivers side door no problem but wont unlock has anyone got a schematic drawing of the assembly or any ideas what it could be. Opens fine on the key and passenger side is fine.

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Mine did this, new driver's door lock assembly. Doesn't change the key bit but a fiddley job. I was having the window motors changed at the same time so a saving on labour.
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