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How much does Sliding Door Motor Assembly Replacement cost?

It depends on the type of car you drive and the auto repair shop you go to. Our mechanics are mobile, which means they don't have the overhead that repair shops have. They provide you convenience by coming to your home or office.

Car Labor Cost Parts Cost Estimate Average Dealer Price Savings
2003 Toyota RAV4 $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2003 Ford Focus $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2009 Volvo S40 $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2004 Suzuki XL-7 $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2002 Oldsmobile Silhouette $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2004 BMW 325Ci $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2005 BMW X5 $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK430 $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
2003 Jaguar XJR $84.00 $0.00 $84 $129.00 34%
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Sliding Door Motor Assembly Replacement Service

What is the Sliding Door Motor Assembly all about?

Most vans these days have rear doors on either side that will slide open with just a click from your key fob or press of a button inside. An electric motor is attached to a chain that pulls the door open or closes it along a track. The sliding door motor receives power from the body control module when the input signal occurs and stays powered up until the door reaches its limit. If the sliding door motor assembly is used excessively, it can wear out.

Keep in mind:

  • If the sliding door motor assembly stops working, you may have trouble opening the door by hand.
  • If your van has two sliding doors, it’s unlikely both will break at the same time, though it can still be very inconvenient even losing one.

How it's done:

  • The sliding door is opened and trim panels are removed for access
  • The defective sliding door motor assembly is removed
  • The new sliding door motor assembly is installed
  • The sliding door trim panels are reinstalled
  • The power sliding door operation is checked to make sure it opens and closes properly

Our recommendation:

As it is an electrical component, the door motor doesn’t require a set service schedule. It would be prudent to grease the chain and track during an oil change to extend its life. If the sliding door binds or will not open with the power sliding door feature, have one of our expert mechanics diagnose the sliding door motor assembly.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Sliding Door Motor Assembly?

  • Power sliding door doesn’t open with the key fob or inside button
  • Clicking sound or a metal-on-metal noise can be heard from the door

How important is this service?

If passengers can’t get into the back of your van because the sliding door motor assembly isn’t working, it’s important that you get this fixed ASAP. However, how much losing a sliding door actually limits you is really dependent on your unique situation. Not having this point of access will never keep your car from working, but it will be inconvenient at times.

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Kevin showed up ready to do his job and did just that. He showed me a couple important things on my vehicle I had overlooked and was nothing less than incredibly professional, knowledgeable, and informative. I would, without hesitation recommend him to anyone I know and would gladly use him again.



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