Question about 2007 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Watch the video on the job below, all of the gas lights are the same no matter the model.
Posted on Nov 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2004 endeavor trunk
Today is your lucky day. Get inside of your vehicle to open the lift gate and then open the glass from the inside as well . From the outside of the vehicle with the gate down and the glass open you will see the cover on the glass held in place by two screws. Remove this cover to expose the micro switch for the glass opening handle. You will see a small white connector and with a little patience you can remove this connector. If the glass switch is bad your hatch will now open and your glass should close without having to lock the locks. The switch is a dealer item and goes for around $50 and a bit more dissassembly of window to replace switch/Handle. Happened to me and cost 100 just for them to tell me what was wrong. I used a stick to poke the safty latch for almost two yrs
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
No it's just is hard to pull out; be sure you place the new filter in with the arrows facing the engine intake this assures that you did not put it in upsidedown
Posted on May 21, 2009
This is due to the microswitch inside the glass hatch failing. It will not let you open the door because it is unsure if the glass is open or not.
Here is how to verify this:
Manually open the glass hatch.
Remove the two philips screws from the cover on the back of the handle area, and unscrew the plastic plug with the slot in it.
You should now be able to remove the cover.
You will see the harness coming off the glass handle going to a connector. Unplug this white two wire connector.
Your rear hatch should now open normally, just without glass opening.
To repair this, you will need to replace the glass hatch handle. It is a dealer-only part, and the cost is about $35.
To replace it, simply remove the 2 10mm nuts behind it (visible with the cover off that you just removed) and replace the handle and plug it back in.
Now all functions will work.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2009
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