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2014 Silverado Drivers side Door Lock


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Door lock actuator is failing. Mine actually quit from one day to the next in the drivers door with no warning, 14 Sierra. GM is building these trucks cheaper and cheaper so electronics are failing for many people . Usually after warranty is out. That's all GM cares about when they build and test them for longevity. 

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