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Slide doors not open or close

Both slide doors won't work and no blown fuses.the cables feel ok.the hand control and the button control doesn't help.

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Thanks for using FixYa!

The most probable cause for this problem is blown fuse. Check for the door fuse under the dashboard. You should be able to see a fuse diagram found on the fuse box cover. I hope this helps.

Thanks and have a nice day.
- HotRatchet

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