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Back Door will not open

I have a 1997 Chevy Tahoe 5 door. The back door will not open. I seems as if it is locked but it is not. There is no other way that I can get that door open.
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Check to see if the tailgait is fully closed i had that happen and the glass part wouldnt open and i just pushed the tailgait firmly and made sure it was closed then the glass part opened easily. hope this helps

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