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Passanger side elctric door

I have a 2002 chrysler town and country limited. The passanger side electric door sometimes will not close using the electric buttons? doesnt matter which button. you can hear it click but will not release and close the door? How ever it will open every time using electric?

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Sounds like your solenoid is wearing out or wiring connections need cleaning refer to repair manual from either haynes or chiltons and under electrical section follow instructions on testing also I noticed when I had similar problems with customers it actually helped to change the batteries in the remote unit itself but not always, alot of times I had to either clean or replace solenoids

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