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Its not your battery there is a motor that operates the hatch to open and close it has gone bad unless your vechile will not start
Posted on Nov 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi the fault is usually the button for opening the rear glass, this can be changed easily if it is not sezed to the wiper spindle D
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
there is a thing called speed glass it is lexan and you cant break it even with a hammer
yess remove old buttle with a heat gun and a knife
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
take the rear pannel off inside the rear door. more than likely a small plastic clips on a accuating rod is broke or motor doesnt function exactly the way its suppose to. also try spraying moving parts with wd-40 and keep trying may jus be sticky from dust/dirty
Posted on May 31, 2010
I used a utility knife to create my own access panel in the plastic. Get huddled in the back interior with a utility knife and make a rectangular hole plenty big to get your hands through in the center and just up from the bottom a couple inches (just above the actual latch). Once you have visual access, you can watch the mechanism work and see where along the linkage your problem is. Mine was a broken plastic clip that was supposed to hold the 'L' end of metal arm into a hole. The arm was floating loose, and I re-secured it into the hole using some wire. You'll have duct tape decor (and an access panel where Honda should have put one in the first place) and hopefully a working hatch to show for it all when you're done.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
test the lead to the lock actuator see if u get voltage (u will have to chase wire back to fuse box to find short) , if u get voltage then the lock has gone bad or is binding on something.
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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