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Question Details Asked:Jul 14, 2008 - 01:23 PMStatus:Closed
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Best guess-some sort of a bad relay. To check this out, you'll need a voltmeter and a way to get to the connection to the motor in the door. See whether it's getting 12V when you push the switch.
I agree with Tex, I'd also check the switch, but more than likely its the relay.
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