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How do I get the rear hatch to unlock

All other doors unlock with key fob and interior mechanism

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Although the liftgate has no inside release mechanism,
the liftgate trim panel includes an opening with a
snap-in cap that provides access to release the latch in
the event of an electrical system malfunction.

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Posted on Apr 28, 2016

  • Michelle Land
    Michelle Land Nov 23, 2017

    Well, when you remove the snap-in cap what are you looking for and what are you to do to open the hatch?? Please help

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