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The electric door locks quit working on an 05 T&C. is there something that I can do without going to the dealer? I pulled ioc fuse several times.it only works for a short time after that

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I don't know if this will help but the electric door lock (driver-side, rear, sliding door) of our '05 T&C stopped working and the mechanic (was shopped for minor wreck damage) indicated that the lock actuator was at fault and he had none in stock. It did not get replaced and, of course, still is not working - electrically.

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