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We have no wiring diagrams so I suggest you ask the dealer for a detailed cost breakdown to see why they want such a large amount of money to fix this problem. Seems very high and I am a retired dealer technician.
Sorry it will fix the problem. it will make it worse. for ****** flush does a back flush pressure causing the sensor to stay open or closed . I have done many ****** sensors in my shop .just replace the sensor ,and all will be ok
It sounds like the spring mechanism on the tray is either bent or broken. You can try removing the tray and bending the spring steel to increase the friction or you may have to purchase new or used ash trays.
I found that if you take the ash tray out there is a little hole. shine a light in it and you should be able to see a slide mechanism on it push it over to the side and the door will lock,might want to put a little lube in it and that worked for my 06 zephyr
Before you replace it, are you sure that it is broken? Most of the time, the release mechanism rusts, and sticks in the "open Position". Spray it down with WD-40, and look at the latch closely. Look at the driver side, and see if the release cable is retracted. Using a long screwdriver, pry the release cable back out. It just may be seized up.
The plastic spring clip had become stressed and had "moved" out of position resulting in no "retaining presure,hence the coin tray/fuse cover would not stay in the "Closed" position."Simple" $6.75 fix.