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Passenger side automatic sliding door does not latch properly.

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Hi dan. on the sliding door,if you look at the art of the door frame where it latches,you will see 3 or 4 screws that hold the latch in place. with wear these will either become loose,or even though feel tight,will allow te latch to shift positions. loosen the screws,adjust the latch forward or back until it latches. then remove the screws and apply loc-tite to the threads to keep this from happening again.

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