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How do you repair an automatic sliding door on a Pontiac Montana?

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2015-07-15 21:29:02
2015-07-15 21:29:02

If your problem is that the door keeps opening and doesn't want to latch shut, then what I have been doing is carrying a piece of 3M scrubbing pad and use that to scuff up the contacts on the door and the door jam contacts. Then the door functions properly for another month or so.

There is a recall on the automatic sliding doors and it involves them not latching.

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