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Check the bottom weather strip along the frame, it's common for passengers to knock them off it's runners and they fall down preventing the sliding door to close properly.
If it is the weather strip, place some RTV silicon to keep it in place when you re-install the weather strip back in place.
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first check the grounds make sure nothing is blocking its way from toys or anything kids can just put in there, and or make sure that there is no lock control other then that wire problems?? try to just do manual slide for now if you can.
It sounds as though one of the proximity sensors is faulty. Also try giving the tracks for the door a good shot of white spray lithium grease. The door may be binding enough so that the emergency reverse is kicking in.
open the door and look on the side of door for little switch up and down ,it a safety switch ,little gray lever sticking out on the side of doors, move it up or down ,read decal on the door jam,hope to help robert b.
there should be information in your owner manual telling you how to do it if you have miss place your owner manual try this website to see if you can down load one for your car its www.edmunds.com and i hope i was able to help you Michigan Man
there are 3 possibilities that I would check first. 1: make sure the contacts on the door, and body where the touch are clean. the lock and unlock signal are sent through these. 2: You may try replacing the battery in your key fob. 3: the power lock motors may have gone bad. To check, lock the doors with the drivers door panel, if they lock, they are fine. Another solution may be to recode your key fob. procedure for coding the fob to your vehicle can be found online.