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Take it to your local Chevy dealer for soulition and repair.

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How to open the back latch


If the button doesn't work. Climb to the back, there is a plastic plug at the bottom of the panel. Remove it and insert a screw driver. Catch onto the latch and push it left or right ( I can't remember which way) when you hear it click, push the hatch out and open. You have to put it on a scanner to find the problem. Could be the switch, BCM, wiring, or the latch.

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I do this almost daily, while working on or cleaning cars. Open drivers door, put key in ignition so that the chimes are dinging. Now, look at the latch on the open door, you can see a "U" shaped latch arm, using a screwdriver, pretend its the striker on the post, and push the latch arm back until it clicks twice. The dinging should stop, and the interior light will go off, just as if the door was closed. Now, if the latch on the rear hatch is similar, you should be able to "trick" it the same way.

Before you attempt to close the door(s) or the hatch, pull the handle as if you were opening it. The latch should pop back to it's "open" position. If not use the screwdriver to pull on it while pulling the handle. Do let me know if your now "IN THE DARK"!!

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This is a little difficult to explain, but I'll try. So please take that into consideration in the rating. If you look at the latch, it is probably closed/latched. Take a screwdriver and put it in there the upper latch would be if it had closed properly. As a surrogate for the latch. Put outward pressure on the latch at the same time you operate the back window release as you usually would to get it back in the open position. Your latch thinks it's closed, so use the screwdriver to release it back into the open position.

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The front bottom connections goes in first. You have to lift the back of the bench up and slide the u-shaped connections under the rods. Once there in, then lower the back of the bench. The back has latches that should spring open and around the rods in the floor opening. You should be able to actually drop the back of the bench and they should "seat", however it is better to place the back of the bench on top of the rods, and using the lever located on the bottom of the bench - open the latches; causing the latches to grab the rod.
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You should be able to pull the handle and while holding the handle use a screwdriver to pop the latch back to a "open" position. If the latch does not release then it might be broken and stuck in that position. Just use the screw driver and insert it into the latch opening to simulate the latch hook. The try moving it back while holding the handle open. Hopefully this gets the latch back into position. You should also lubricate the latch with a small amount of white grease to keep the latch from sticking.

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