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2004 saturn vue v6 allwheel drive, my rear passenger door

I can not get my rear passenger door to latch shut, it is in the correct position and nothing is blocking it, and i do not know why this is happening.

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    same issue in a 2006 vue

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Run the Vue with the heat runed all the way up, and the vents on, for about 30 minutes. this usually unfreezes the door for me.

It has happened to me three times now in really cold/wet weather.

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