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Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: AD_Pickup] #858296
Tue Jun 12 2012 12:42 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 12:42 AM
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coilover  Offline
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Joined: Apr 2005
Posts: 2,201
Plano, Tx
How old are you guys answering this question? Yes, the main reason was for safety but a heck of a lot of the streets in small country towns in the 40's and 50's didn't have paving. When they were muddy from rain or slushy from melting ice/snow you slid out the passenger side (if there was a sidewalk) even on a car with locks on both sides.


Evan
Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: coilover] #858310
Tue Jun 12 2012 01:35 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 01:35 AM
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BIG CHEVY 3600  Offline
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Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 5,021
DALLAS/BLANCO TEXAS
Well I'll be 70 in December and owned a 51 3100 in the 60's. We lived on a corner and the side street was gravel. I wore galoshes before I wore shoes. Does that qualify?


Jim
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Modern ‘science’: the wonder of a
pre-determined mind…

The ‘baseline belief’ of astronomy:
“Any day now, we’ll pick up a tiny,
coded signal from outer space. Then
we’ll know for certain that there is
intelligence out there, because coded
information does not arise by chance”

The ‘baseline belief’ of biology:
The precisely coded genetic information in
every cell would fill many books…
but we know for certain that no intelligence
could have created life.”


Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: AD_Pickup] #858318
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:05 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:05 AM
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BIG CHEVY 3600  Offline
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Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 5,021
DALLAS/BLANCO TEXAS
Originally Posted by AD_Pickup
BIG CHEVY 3600, on my 53 you cannot push the handle forward when the door is open. I am assuming all AD's are the same.

GM has made it impossible to lock your keys in the truck. The driver's door is locked by pushing the interior handle forward and then the passneger's door needs to be locked with the key. If you have door locks on both exterior handles, one must be locked with the key.


AD, your right, I checked and could not lock the door without the key. What's weird is somehow my AD back in the early 60's was able to lock itself because I used a local locksmith to unlock it on at least 1 occasion. (slow learner) I don't know what I did but whatever it was didn't workout well for me. A good friend of mine's dad had a glass shop and replaced vent glass twice. headscratch


Jim
Big Chevy's Photobucket pix

Modern ‘science’: the wonder of a
pre-determined mind…

The ‘baseline belief’ of astronomy:
“Any day now, we’ll pick up a tiny,
coded signal from outer space. Then
we’ll know for certain that there is
intelligence out there, because coded
information does not arise by chance”

The ‘baseline belief’ of biology:
The precisely coded genetic information in
every cell would fill many books…
but we know for certain that no intelligence
could have created life.”


Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: BIG CHEVY 3600] #858323
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:09 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:09 AM
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bowtietim  Offline
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Joined: Dec 2005
Posts: 2,540
Kansas
Baba,here is a link to coilover drivers door lock he made. driver door lock



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Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: bowtietim] #858328
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:33 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:33 AM
truckernix  Offline
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Joined: Mar 2002
Posts: 8,826
Bracebridge Ontario Canada
The AD door locks can mess up and go into lock mode when you shut the door. I believe there is a discussion about this in the shop manual and it claims the an improper adjustment can lead to this. I have had it happen. If this happens to the driver's door and the passenger's door is locked from inside, the key will not unlock it.


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Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: truckernix] #858335
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:57 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 02:57 AM
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Kurt_51carryall  Offline
Shop Shark
Joined: Aug 2011
Posts: 847
Raleigh,NC
I too have had the doors lock when I shut the door. Fortunately, if I can grab the top of the glass on the passenger side, I can just pull it down and reach in and unlock the door. I have no idea why it is so easy to do that.

Most of the time I don't bother to lock the doors.

Kurt

Re: Question about AD door lock [Re: Kurt_51carryall] #858351
Tue Jun 12 2012 03:32 AM
Tue Jun 12 2012 03:32 AM
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BIG CHEVY 3600  Offline
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Joined: Oct 2006
Posts: 5,021
DALLAS/BLANCO TEXAS
Thanks guys, I was just making an appointment with a shrink. lol


Jim
Big Chevy's Photobucket pix

Modern ‘science’: the wonder of a
pre-determined mind…

The ‘baseline belief’ of astronomy:
“Any day now, we’ll pick up a tiny,
coded signal from outer space. Then
we’ll know for certain that there is
intelligence out there, because coded
information does not arise by chance”

The ‘baseline belief’ of biology:
The precisely coded genetic information in
every cell would fill many books…
but we know for certain that no intelligence
could have created life.”


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