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I had a poor wire connection that I ended up fixing with a soldering iron.

As for you, I wouldn't want to go through that crap. Its very tedious and annoying. Hopefully you can fix it for good this time.

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Where was said poor connection?

I usually have this problem once or twice a year. I usually solve mine with a good solid rap in the door pocket recess. Always works for me.


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The switch unit below the door handle had a crack when I took it out that I didn't notice my first look around. The crack took with it some of the connection and it basically was a hit or miss with the connection. A little soldering and glue solved it. Patched up quite nicely.


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The switch unit below the door handle had a crack when I took it out that I didn't notice my first look around. The crack took with it some of the connection and it basically was a hit or miss with the connection. A little soldering and glue solved it. Patched up quite nicely.
Gotcha. My problem is definitely elswhere.

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