The Chevrolet Tahoe (and its rebadged version GMC Yukon) is a full-size SUV from General Motors. Chevrolet and GMC sold two different-sized SUVs under their Blazer/Jimmy model names through the early 1990s.

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drivers door wont open

Door is unlock but it won open

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Daniel Garcia possibly disconnected linkage from the door handle to the lock. See if you can open it from the inside. Let us know if you feel the same resistance as usual when moving the door handle or if it feels loose. Let us know what year your Tahoe is as well.

The attached document shows how to remove the panel and what the linkage looks like etc. For now a nice to know since you most certainly can't get to it with the door closed. Body.pdf

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Unfortunately that's the way in and you do need to remove the inner door skin . It can be done but its difficult . start with the screws in the door handle and then work around the outside egde of the door pulling firmly to pull the body plugs that hold the doorskin to the door. once in pull off the inner plastic sheet and look to the end of the door for the latch . you can usually manipulate the latching mechanism to pop the door

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go through passenger door try opening it for the inside kick it open once it opens there should be a small switch i'd call it the move that the opposite way.

Update (02/03/2018)

If the door will not open, then the issue may be the latch, but it may also be the linkage that connects the handles to the latch. You will need to access the inside of the door panel to have access to the locking mechanism and door latch, as well as verify the condition of that linkage. With the door shut, you will have limited space to pull off the door panel, but you should have enough room to do so.

Do to that, you must remove the bolts and pop out the retaining clips around the perimeter (which will be the hard part). Be careful not to break the clips; typically you have space to use a special tool, but you will only have a small amount of space to work with. Once you get the inside door panel off, you will have access to the latch and be able to open the door for the inspection. Manipulate the handles and check the linkage and latch release mechanism. With some simple observation, you should be able to find the issue rather quickly.

If you need assistance, I recommend having a certified mechanic, such as one from YourMechanic, come to your location to determine why the door is stuck and repair it for you.

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