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Hatch back door locked can not close door

I was having problems with the back door of my 1997 grand caravan, i could not open it. When I finally did open it, i locked it by mistake. Now i cannot close the door at all!!!! help!!

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If you can opperate the latch use something to make sure the jaws are open should close then or try adjusting the latch or post the trouble with it opening in the first place may have been a miss adjusted latch this also may be why it wont close

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