I am not sure if its a blown fuse or not. I just replaced it none the less and door started working ever since. Other doors never had a problem.
When I replaced the fuse while the car was off, door was still not working. So, I replaced the fuse while the car was on. That did it.
Like OliverK said, the replacement of the fuse might have taken care of a pump timing out due to an earlier blockage.
One other symptom that makes me believe mine could be a fuse/electric related problem is that the light behind the inside door handle would turn on and off when I was driving at night. As if there was a loose connection or so. I am yet to drive at night to see if this is fixed too.
In the morning i sat down in my car turn the engine on and after closing the door i heard pretty loud boom, after that happened my soft door closer didnt work, and if i try to close it it has continuous sound like motor working or something. Any suggestions?
By the way it was really hot outside today, like 106-108, could it be cause of problem?
Find the floor light just behind the right rear passenger's heels. Pull the entire light unit away from the wall. Find the yellow fuse near the right side of the fuse row. With the engine running, remove the fuse for thirty seconds.
Try the door closing. If it works, drive on. If it quits working soon, there is a leak or another problem, probably inside the door.
If the problem is the plastic housing for the pneumatic diaphragm, it can sometimes be repaired. There are several YouTube videos on this repair.