Question about 1995 Dodge Intrepid
NOT SURE WHERE IN TRUNK KEYS ARE LOCATED,SOME PIECE OF METAL BLOCKING ACCESS BEHIND SEATS, 95 INTREPID DOES'NT HAVE EMERGENCY RELEASE,WHAT ARE MY OPTIONS?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: emergency brake
Get yourself a large hammer and hit the back side of your rear drums. This should break the e-brake loose. Make sure the brake is released inside the car when you do this. What has happened is that brake dust or rust is keeping the brake shoes engaged with the drums.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
SOURCE: my right rear tire is
If you were lucky you could go in through the back of drum and back off the shoes. Lift up lever with screwdriver and use other screwdriver to back off star wheel
Posted on Dec 12, 2011
SOURCE: trunk lock replacement
Most all vehicle Lock Cylinder assemblies are held in place by a Spring Steel Retaining Clip. It may also be necessary to carefully remove the Emergency Release Cable and the Solenoid that opens the trunk electrically. The retaining clip is usually a "U" shaped Clip with a flange on the Closed End. If you cannot find what holds the Lock Cylinder in place, I strongly suggest that you take it to a Certified Mechanic that is totally familiar with your brand of vehicle. It is most often better to pay a professional a reasonable fee to avoid causing damage to other components surrounding or attached to the part requiring replacement.
Posted on Dec 28, 2011
SOURCE: my trunk is jammed
You have to remove to seat first then you will see a couple bolts holding the back seat cushin in take that out crawl through to trunk and pull the emergency release cable
Posted on Mar 13, 2012
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