Q: Door, trunk, window switches broken

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My driver's side door is not working. The gas door, trunk, and window switches do not work either.

Hello! That is an issue that many owners of your specific vehicle have faced. The issue is caused by the harness in the door being a little to short and when you open the door it literally pulls the wires out of the harness. The only way to fix this issue is by replacing the door wiring harness itself. Luckily the new harness’s were made a little longer to combat this issue.

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