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The rear sliding door will not open or close electrically.

The power door warning light comes on and the driver's side rear sliding door will not open or close electrically. The passenger side work normal. The warning buzzer also goes off when I go to drive unless I turn the power doors off so I have to use it only in the manual mode.

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There is a motor that drives the doors just like the motors used for windows. they do go bad.you will need to inspect the motor it is located behind the wall panel behind the sliding door. you may have to remove some bolts for seat belts and there may be some screws but most of the panel is held on with snap clips. take your time and don't break them if you can. when reinstalling be sure you are lined up before forcing the panel it will just bend the clips. once in there try tapping on the motor lightly with a small hammer. then try it it may start working again. I've seen it many times. if not maybe get one from a salvage yard. saves a lot of money. good luck

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