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I had the same problem with a Toyota truck, either the key is worn or the lock itself is, you can try slightly moving the key back and forth while turning it in the lock. Do not apply too much pressure or you'll risk snapping the key off. to fix the problem completely, I would try having a new key made, if that doesn't work, get new locks, have them keyed to match by a locksmith.
I have had this same problem with my buicks, Try to loosen the bolt and push the wiper down and retighten the bolt (or nut depending on model) IF this does not help then yes the action arm that is hooked to the motor is worn
ok. First does the winow operate when controlled from the drivers door. If yes but not from the rear door then the rear door switch has come unplugged or the switch is faulty. Now if the window does not operate from either switch. Verify that there is voltage at the rear door switch, if so and then operate the switch and check for voltage reaching the window motor. If voltage is present the replace the motor
Sounds like the power lock actuator is going.On some cars it's part of the door latch and somethey are sep.. To remove door panel remove all the srews and pull out on panel. actuator is in lower corner of door. should be easy to find just use power locks and listen.