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The trunk does not remains open, it open by itself and then closes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a black flat switch handle immediately to the right side of the latch. Press that switch handle and the latch will make a noise and rise slightly. Then when you shut the deck, the switch activates and recesses, pulling the deck lid down to the fully closed position.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2009
Somethings for you to check......
If you open the boot and close the
boot latch (in the middle of the boot lid)with a screwdriver or
something does the boot light go off when you press the little
plunger for the boot light?
If it does not it may be the boot latch. It's also worth checking the
wiring loom on the right of the boot by keeping the boot plunger
pushed in with the boot latch closed as above and squeezing the
wiring loom in various places to see if the light goes off as it
should.it may be a damaged wire in the loom......
Also the plastic trim piece on the rear lower end of the
trunk (boot) is loose, the light comes on. It is held by 4 plastic
pins. When in place properly, no light, when loose, trunk open
light is on, even when trunk is secured.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
The trunk lid pull-down assembly switch, part number 16629927, most likely needs to be replaced. The switch is mounted on top of the trunk lid pull-down assembly motor at the bottom of the trunk. The switch costs about $43. It's easy to replace. Just unplug the electrical connector, remove one Torax-head screw, and pull up on the switch while wiggling it.
To verify that the trunk lid pull-down assembly switch (which is actually a combination of three enclosed ganged striker switches and one lid ajar switch) needs replacing, connect a test lamp or voltmeter between the orange and black wires on the electrical connector. If the lamp lights or the voltmeter shows about 12VDC, then either the connector needs cleaning or the pull-down assembly switch is bad. If the lamp doesn't light or the voltmeter reading is zero, trunk compartment fuse D7 is open, or a wire is open or shorted to ground.
Posted on Feb 05, 2013
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