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The rear door on our quest was working fine when be baought it a month ago and now it has stopped completley and is only manual, would love to have the power back very useful with kids! what could it be? Also have new valve stem put in today and system is saying it is still flat, how can you reset this without bringing it in to be reset?

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Most computers can be reset by simply disconnecting the battery terminals for about 15 min.

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