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Sounds like you will need to move the "striker" pin out a little. This pin is located on the floor (sill panel) when you open the tailgate. By moving the striker out, it will allow the latch on the tailgate to close in the second position instead of just the first. When the latch is closed in the second position, your light and bell will go out. If you still can't get them to go out after adjusting, then the latch inside the tailgate has went bad and will have to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, I just found my problem. I had a trailer hitch light that was somehow shorting the circuit. So everytime I placed a good fuse in the ext fuse slot, it blew it. I unplugged it, the trailer hitch light, and put in a good fuse, and presto! fixed.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
spray all door latches with a good penatrating oil spray alot in the laches slam the doors servral times thier is a switch in the latch that gets stuck it is replaceable but is hard to get at
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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Open the hood, the motor and linkages should be there just below the windscreen. Very few, if any manufacturers still put wiper linkages behind the dash.
Posted on Feb 05, 2011
Thermostats are usually on top of any engine. The top Rad hose goes to the top of your engine, that is usually where the thermostat is. Don't forget a new gasket and some silicone sealant(high heat) and antifreeze. Tends to always lose some of that on a job like this. Good Luck
Posted on Jun 26, 2012
The switch is located in the latch of the trunk, make sure the wire connector to the switch is not pulled loose or otherwise damaged.
Posted on Aug 06, 2012
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