Remove speaker cover
Pull out plastic triangle
Remove carefully handle ornament
Use a lever and a piece of wood/plastic to sustain the lever and lift the window crank
There are 4 torx screws:
First, very easy to unscrew, after little cap was removed.
And the rest. The one with purple arrow, if the door is stuck, is a little trickier to
unscrew. There isn't enough room to use a torx key or torx screwdriver, you will need to use
a thin and long, ordinary screwdriver. (like stanley screwdriver in the pictures). All of
this after chair in the cabin was removed.
Dust protection butchered and "sealed" by previous owner.
And here the magical solution.
Both of my rear doors had protection for children, activated. If it was deactivated, door
would have been opened, with no problems, from the inside, even actuator was defective. But
it was activated.
Ok back to our image, you will see a purple arrow, indicating the actuator rubber bellows.
All you have to do is move this down with a screwdriver.And after that you can open the door from the outside.
It is obvious something blocked actuator to move freely. After I investigate the problem I found the white plastic cover is hited by one of the rods and can not slide to the end. In this position, the actuator does not ascend nor descend, even if it gets 12v. I cut the plastic in that area. Now mechanism operate freely.
Mechanism is full of gummed grease, dust, rust, all of this adding load to the electric motor.
After all pieces are fitted on the door, you have to tweak this, otherwise central locking won't lock this door.