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Rear door and glass hatch will not open on my 03 blazer

Its not electrical,i think a piece of plastic broke on the actuator or whatever its called the only part # i could find on it was 2602 i wish i had a pic of what it might supposed to look like

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  • spooky2 Mar 24, 2009

    the little plastic part that clips on the acturator motor shaft that open the door

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YEAH THATS WHAT IT WAS THE ACTUATOR .PART # 2602 ,52.00 BUCKS AT A PARTS STORE,93.00 BUCKS AT A DEALER

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Make one out of thin metal bolt one end thin wire the other.

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