...replace the Trunk Latch or the Latch Assembly part that's located on the inside of the trunk? At all costs, I want to avoid having to take my car to a local Honda dealership to repair the Trunk Latch ...
...the trunk lid by loosening the bolts at the hinges. If that wont work then there is a micro switch incorporated within the trunk latch. You will need to replace the entire latch unit
trunk lid will then latch. You could replace the cable which would be a bit of a pain considering how it's routed or try to work out a way to put in a return spring to keep pressure on the latch lever
trunk latch, you will need to replace that latch, its not a hard repair though, like three nuts, you will need to get the trunk open from the inside though, toy with the latch until it opens, you will
Question about 2001 LS
how do I replace my trunk latch on my 2001 lincoln... How do I replace my trunk latch on my 2001 lincoln Ls Open trunk Remove three bolts holding latch Remove actuating cable.
trunk latch. is this a standard problem with the mirage? i dont know how common , but i had a few with latch problems,both neede replacing, theres a spring that let go and wouldnt latch after shutting
...latching mechanism may need to be lubed, it may not be completely latching when you close the trunk. Try use some WD-40 on it, if that doesn't work you might need to replace the latching
...trunk latch, it clicks when these buttons are pressed indicating electrical actuation but no motor/latch movement. I will spray wd-40 on it but would appreciate any insights. You need to replace that ...
...trunk above the latch and remove either 2 or 3 (amount)10 or 8mm (size)bolts that holds latch to inside of trunklid . Once removed the latch will stay on the lock hoop and the trunk should open. ...
Question about 2002 Spectra
there is no action from the latch, no movement at all, then the cable is just broken. If there is a little movement, not enough to pull the latch to open the trunk, you still need to replace the cable
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