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2005 Toyota Sienna sliding door problem

The left side sliding door opens only about six inches. This door is not a power sliding door. This door is on the same side as the gas cap. I know about the safety feature of precluding the sliding door from hitting the gas cap when open. Is there a reset switch or button I can activate to get the sliding door back to normal operation? If there is a switch please tell me exactly where it is. Thanks

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You have a sticking fuel door lock-device. Look to see if the tab is in the down position.

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