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Drivers side rear door lock inoperative

My drivers side rear door lock will not lock or unlock using the FOB or the lock switch on the drivers door. What is a likely cause? How do you remove the door panel without causing any damage to it?

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You need to replace the electric solenoid/actuator for the door lock. The door panel pulls off very easily.

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