Thanks John - ordered both both parts for around 77 bucks. will go through the thread again and view the video again to be sure
ok - Might as well replace the unlatching motors. can you give me an idea of where they are? u say I have to take the inside panels off of the sliding door to get to them? secondly, when I replace the rear rollers do I need to lube any track? where the rollers sit? if so, what type of grease/lube should I use? might as well do that when I have everything apart.The other common issue is with the unlatching motors. They are easy to change once you get the door panels off (that's the tricky part.) You can either take them apart and clean/lube them or you can just replace them. If your door pops or doesn't always open or close most likely your unlatching motors are the culprit. I replaced my rear rollers and cleaned/lubed the unlatching motors and my doors sound like brand new.