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I sent a question about my 2004 buick windo button is pushed in,i made a mistake it is my door button which is pussed inside my door panel.I already paid for the questionand i dont want to be billed again for i have not received an answer yet.

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Hi!!
When you said the door button is pushed in, do you mean the door lock switch button? Is this the driver's side door? Also, I need the model of your Buick. Thanks

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