Question about 2003 Honda Civic
When I close my vehicle trunk, the trunk doesn't stay securely locked, and instead, always "pops" open.
To effectively fix this annoying problem, should I 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 problem.
You need to replace the Latch assembly part thats located inside the trunk
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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