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Climb in through the car and unbolt the hasp on the body easy if your the india rubber man and not a old codger like myself
Posted on Dec 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THEY MAKE THE SYSTEM AND HAVE INSTRUCTIONS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD.
PLEASE NOTE: NOT ALL BRANDS/MODELS OF OPENER WILL WORK WITH THIS SYSTEM.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on May 26, 2010
After getting in earlier this morning and closing it while at the park, when we were done at the park, we went to open the rear hatch, and even though the electrical lock sounded normal, it would not release. Completely jammed.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
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Release and raise the rear hatch using either the unlock button on the inside of the driver's door or a keyless remote, locate the hatch release on the inside of the hatch, then depress the hatch pins using a flat-head screwdriver, and remove the hatch panel holding clips with the trim panel remover.
Remove the rear hatch release panel with your hands, detach the release cable C-clip with the flathead screwdriver, then carefully pull the hatch wiring out with your hands.
Remove the rear hatch release with the ratchet and socket.
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