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Power rear tailgate on 2008 suburban makes grinding noise and will not raise door.

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{: ) Sounds very familiar. If the noise is coming mostly from the liftgate latch itself, then that;s the culprit you need to service or replace.

Posted on Jun 15, 2011

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