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The hatch wont stay up, makes a loud popping sound and comes down.

Open the hatch and it goes up but makes a loud popping sound and comes back down.

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Sound like the shocks that hold the hatch open have been over extended, thats what the popping sound is when its opened.. replace the shocks and that will keep the hatch open and eliminate the popping sound,

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