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Power sliding door won't close properly on nissan e51

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U will need to buy a can of spray white grease and clean and then lubricate all the tracks the door channels on as well as all the latches for the door, this will cure the issue in most cases, did allot of these while working at a Ford dealer.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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