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If sliding door is electric, that's where I would start, check the electrical circuits for voltage and ground. If that checks out, the issue may be mechanical?
Your owners manual should give you some operational info for the sliding door.
My back hatch would not open but it appears the lock was sticking and the return spring to the handle is broken. We used the key to unlock the back door and then door opened. Then husband sprayed WD 40 in all the lock holes. Now once we open the door we have to push the handle back down as return spring is still missing but the door opens :) . My van is a 2002 Ford Windstar.
I suggest you start by the basics as replacing the remote battery and then you can ask your local Ford dealer where the module is situated on the car as some of them could be very tricky to get to, ask about the price as well because it might be cheaper to get an aftermarket system fitted to your car.
more than likely the power door locks on the doors that won't lock are messing up or you reciever for the remote is going bad and not sending power to them doors. try and lock the doors from the drivers door and see if they all lock if they do then it's the remote reciever if they don't then it could be the door locks on the doors them selfs