Question about Suzuki Samurai
Remove the latch, look inside with a flashlight, and pull lever, or kick the **** out of it =)
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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can be faulty switch or its issue with lift gate latch. Its got stuck up hard
or cracked inside. It has to be inspected. -----------
Also if its vacuum operated that blockage in vacuum lines or vacuum motor issue.
are few help links with proper solutions for this problem. I suggest you to
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LIFT GATE / TAIL GATE ISSUES
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