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I noticed that the rear driver’s side door sometimes doesn’t shut if I don’t put enough force, no other door requires this. It seems to get better after a few open and closes. I’m gonna keep an eye on it for now. Do all your doors do this or only certain ones?
 

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Mine close perfectly by just pushing the door gently past the detent. What "little piece" are you talking about?
There is a latch inside the door that will sometimes have mechnism that will come forward stopping the door from closing , I have not noticed this issue on new cars only thing back in the old days before technology
 

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Hello , I am having problems with my doors closing , I have to manually push the little piece back into place for my doors to close . Anyone else have this problem . I am already regretting this purchase .
hello, i don"t have one yet but because the one color i want has not come in yet as if their having manufacturing trouble are something. however, have you checked in to the fact that their is a automatic system that wont let the door open if there's a vehicle in it's detection . i'm just saying it could be having a problem
 

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Hi no I dont know what they did because prior to going to dealership i opened all of my doors locking and unlocking even the trunk multiple times . I know for sure I believe it has to do with handle of the door . Take your baby to dealer ship I did even though mine stop .
 

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They just fixed it with no parts ordered. This is hard to explain unless you remember cars way back when before technology, the mechanisms would just get stuck stopping car doors from closing is how they explained it to me
 
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