Q: Back doors not opening

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The back doors won't open. I changed the battery.

If the locks do not operate for the back doors, I would suspect a blown fuse. Otherwise, the master switch in the driver’s door may have to be replaced.

A diagnostic is required to determine the exact issue with your doors. I recommend an inspection from a qualified technician, such as one from Your Mechanic, to help you resolve your door issue.

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