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Rear doors and hatch will not lock with remote or from inside

2004 Chevy Tahoe: Rear doors and hatch will not lock with remote or from inside switch, but will unlock with either. There is no way to manually lock the hatchback either. Is this a fuse problem? A wiring problem? A programming problem? If not what is the fix?

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Check the clamp sensor front and back door

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