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On each end of the shock.theres a clip .small flat head .pop the clip up and pull shock off reverse procedure to install ...easy with two people or a chunk of 2/4 to hold door up

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SOURCE: hydraulic lifts on back door quit working

Sorry you can not repair the hydraulic life, your going to have to replace it. You can buy new ones at the Auto Zone or Parts Source and both parts store can give you the how to do the job your self.
It's only going to take you less then 5 min to change one side at a time with the use of a flat head screw driver.
Good luck and hope this helps, most of the time the parts person can help you change the back door lift.

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