Question about Cars & Trucks
You'll have to remove the interior panel to access the linkage rods (disconnect and pull), which is a pain but the only way. I couldn't avoid breaking the panel but couldn't tell using super glue and baking soda...
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tailgate latch broken
You can pull the panle off with your hand from the inside of your van but becareful because those clip that holds the panel are very easy to break, once off you ll see where the latch located there is an opening for you to open. Hope this help and good luck.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
If you can get the hatch unlocked and opened, you can remove the interior panel and unplug the factory powered door lock. This will not do anything to your security systems. The only down fall is it will only open with the key. If the hatch doesn't work with the key either, I would say you need a new lock assembly. I have shaved my door handles and have removed the power door lock, so I know it will work just fine ( I depend solely on my shave door handle system and my security system (Viper) to access my truck) - from Dakota-Durango.com Lots of info there..I agree with losing the power opening option if you have it...I am renewing a 98 Durango and its keys all the way...needed new lift struts for the rear hatch tho..(that thing is very heavy...I HAD to have help installing the new struts, I had held it up with my skull to remove the worn ones....definitely use E-Bay for parts search and full synth oil w/Lucas synth additive will make the motor happy.Hope things work out....
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
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