Q: Auto sliding door broke, need it to use my van

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I bought my 2006 Toyota Sienna after I had a serious back injury and needed something with an automatic sliding door. After 80,000 miles, the motor totally died and I had to flag down someone in the supermarket parking lot to get it closed. I figured I got my use out of it and had it replaced (not cheap). Now I am at 105,000 miles and another motor has burnt out. Am I overusing these doors or are the motors defective?

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