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Trunk on my 07 legacy sedan will not close.

The trunk on my legacy will not close. It goes all the way into the position it is supposed to be in but doesn't stay in place and pops open while driving. I don't know if the latch is broken or stuck but it goes into place and doesn't stay there. My trunk is now permanently open and flies up and down on every bump i hit.

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Better to adjust the trunk lock mechanism by trained person.

Posted on Nov 24, 2013

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SOURCE: Can not get in the trunk. The handle is broken.

Legacy, right? Can you tilt the backseats' backrests forward? like when you want to transport something big in the trunk... I suppose the sedan has this similarly to the station wagon. 
Use a pocket torch to look for the lock body from inside and there should be a small button or better a lever that you have no clue what it is there for, right? try to push it or pull it from ech side untill it opens. 
It is actually there to prevent transporting people in the trunk against their will(unlike the movies, where it is possible).

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Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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Rust builds up on the handle on the outside. A few small drops of oil usually will allow it to return to the proper position. Hope this helps and have a great day.

Posted on Sep 13, 2009

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