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Old 01-04-2015, 05:47 PM
Tom Holland Tom Holland is offline
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2007 3SS rear access door stuck window release button

Hi, I pushed the button in to open the window in the rear access door and it stuck. As a result the window latch would not engage so when driving various warnings and indicators appeared when driving. To solve it was necessary to remove the panel to gain access to the latching mechanism. You tube provided good basic information. The only small item not mentioned in anything I found on line was that the panel on my vehicle has an insert for moving the door up, which must first be removed in order to successful loosen the other panel clips. I didn't have to remove the panel completely, rather just lift it enough to access the button from the inside. I forced it open from the inside, then applied WD 40 until it moved in and out easily. After putting it all back together, which was simply pressing the panel at several clip points; it worked great. Cheers, Tom
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