first im going to send you a prcedure that will fix your door only if the cable is not jammed, if it's jammed the only repair is to replace the motor and clutch asmbley. also there is a reprogram to prevent that from happening again (cost $45 to $100).good luck. i hope i helped and please accept my answer. thanks T-MAN
Important: By removing the power sliding door (PSD) 15A fuse, the low current logic power for both the LH and RH power sliding door modules (PSDM) will be interrupted and both PSDs will be inoperative.
Important: It will be necessary to use a floor jack or a similar support to keep the door level when the rear center roller bracket is being removed.
Important: Note the barrels on the end of the cables will not pull past each other, 25.4 mm (1 in) apart.
Important: Note: The cable must be release in a fast motion when doing this step.
Slowly release cables. The barrels at the end of the cables should be overlapping 25.4 mm (1 in).
Important: Tension must be kept on rear cable.
Continue to move roller bracket rearward, in one motion, release the rear cable and finish pushing roller bracket into the track bumper. The cable has to spring inside the center track.
Notice: Refer to Fastener Notice in the Preface section.
Tighten Tighten the screw to 9 N·m (80 lb in).
Important: By installing the 15A fuse, the low current logic power will be restored to both the LH and RH PSDMs and the PSDs will be operational. However, both PSDMs will have to learn the full open and full closed positions of the PSD. Refer to Rear Side Door Actuator Control Module Programming and Setup.