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RH power sliding door stops half way.

Whether you are opening or closing the sliding door on the passenger side it stops half way. Once it opens half way you have to open it manually. That makes my wife upset. I could care less, but I better fix it. Can some one please give me an idea of where to start.

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You need to have it reprogramed , usually works perfec after reseting, goodluck.

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