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I have a range rover sport hse of the year 2006. Sometimes my front drivers door closes, but most of the times it doesnt. I press the lock button on the key, then I try the front door and it opens and the alarm goes off. But the other doors are closed. Sometimes they all don't close, but most of the times just the driver's door. When I press the lock button twice the alarm goes off one time. I don't know how to get my doors closed??

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Check door hinges,could of came loose and are out of alignment.

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