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1995 Pontiac Transport power sliding door cable doesn't retract

Power sliding door does not operate except manually, even after resetting the "TAIL" fuse. There is a cable that comes out of the area of the door frame above where the sliding door rear latch catch is located. It seems like this cable should retract into the door frame. It does not retract.

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