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Inside door lock unlock switch does not respond when pressed .....the key outside door does work ....the shift lever does lock and unlock doors and the problem has been ever since the passenger window was left down and rain water may have got inside one night ?

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Sounds like you may have to replace your door lock switch on the inside. Once too much water has laid on the switch it may have corroded the connection inside.

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