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That calls for a new switch on that door. If the driver's switch works the rear window, that indicates the wiring is in order and the window motor is fine. The rear door's window switch must be defective.
You need to change the locking mechanism on the door,not the theft lock that you push down by the window,the lock that keeps thew door shut.I dont know why it wouldnt lock,it must be a factory defect,that worn out before its time..
get legal advice!
if its not what you paid for then get him to check the id on the vehicle from the factory as it may have been a special order that was cancelled & sold off !
its not uncomman for this sort of thing to happen!
good luck but im sure you have a good case if you have service records & can proove it!
This can be a slipping belt, a worn out water pump, a damage fan or the worst of all a burnt cylinder head gasket. Turbos running at high pressures tend to blow the cylinder head gaskets. Also check the radiator.