I posted this on the main forum lastnight and I have only received only one response. I was hoping one of you might know what I should do and how I should go about it. Original post: When I bought my 62 a few months ago I knew the passenger side door wouldn't open. The PO said his "girlfriend slammed it in the heat of an argument and from that point on it never opened again". Angry women and doors don't mix... Anyway he had removed the key lock by prying it out it looks like, and from the looks of it he has used a pry bar on the inside of the vehicle as well. I removed the front seat and was able to get the inner door panel off so I could see what is going on. It has PDLs and they work as I can see the lock linkage move, also it is missing the linkage for the interior manual door lock. The door handle linkage works as well and it all moves, but the door won't open. I am ready to get a door shell and take a cutting wheel to the exisiting door to get at the hinges and the lock mechanisim. Does anyone have a suggestion or is someone familiar with body work and what to do in this situation? End Post: So maybe one of you guys have an idea. The suggestion I got was to take the inner panel off again and air chisel the portion of the U shaped latch that the lock hasp catches on. I didn't even think this was visible while the door was closed. Plus it is a tight fit to be getting an numatic chisel in there to do this I would think. I welcome any ideas before I throw a door cutting party with lots of sparks and beer. D It really didn't bother me if it didn't open, but the girlfriend is getting a little tired of the driver side crawl though she has to do. So in order for me to take it to Mexico in October I need to have this done or we take the Mazda Protege.