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Old 09-30-2015, 03:21 PM   #1
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My door latch got stuck the other door and had to go thru a window to unlock it. Has anyone had a fix for this.
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My door latch got stuck the other door and had to go thru a window to unlock it. Has anyone had a fix for this.

Can you explain in more depth what happened?
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I had ours lock on us once while we were outside trying to figure out how to back into a site and I had to go through a window to unlock it. In our case, one of our cats was to blame. That darn door lock switch on the passenger arm rest is now disconnected, and a spare set of keys are hidden outside somewhere. Now if I could remember where i put them..........
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Oh I just noticed. This is your first post, so I wanted to say

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