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Back door and window on 2005 tahoe will not open seams like the lock is jambed you can hear it operate but not as loud as it us to be

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The locking mecanizine is jam lub the latch its not easy to do you might have to remove the inner panel of the door .put some lub and try to move the lock unlock button many time for the lub to go in wd-40 or something better thank you
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