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power lock and unlock function not working on 1 door

so today the back driver door stops locking and unlocking with the remote or the door buttons, it will manually lock of unlock by pulling the knob up or down though......... do these motors burn out or loose wire would be a guess? time to tear apart the interior to test some wires.......
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Does it twitch or anything? Most likely a dead door lock actuator.

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i grabbed the wire loom in the door jamb and was wiggling it while hitting unlock and lock- it twitched a couple times and actually worked once- then just dead...... i dont know if it was coincidence or related but thought it was possible that the wires got chaffed inside the trim of the seat belt between the doors....... or if the motor just gave up the ghost....
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is there a way to trouble shoot the lok atuator to make sure that it is indeed the ulprit??
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If its a two wire to the actuator you can probably use a battery from a cordless drill be just don't put the wires backwards when you connect . It will burn your fingers

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thanks- i will pull the door panel to check.
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