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Actuator broke? how to get rear door open 1996 suburban

I submerged rear of truck(1996 suburban) in water and now my rear door will not open. actuator broke? how to get rear door open

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    Replace rear door actuator

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You will need to take the panel off from inside the door to get at the mechanism for the latch and lock.

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