Question about Renault Clio
When I press the brake and the starter button the boot opens on the first attempt to start the engine. I then have to slam it closed again and then it will start start the engine but the boot still often opens again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There are micro switches located in the mirrors. A metal tab is broken on one of the mirrors micro switches. Take off the painted cover to your side mirrors and remove a black plastic cover that has wires coming out. The switch will come out with the cover. Inspect for damage. If the metal tab is broken off then a new side mirror will need to be purchased. Could be the drivers side or the passengers side, caution when removing the painted covers, the tabs break if your not careful with them.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
SOURCE: jaguar xj8 boot wont open
Just bought my 98 a week ago....from what I can figure out....the valet mode disables the inside button....until the trunk is opened by the key. From what I understand also....there is a valet key....and an owner key. (I saw the differences online this week) which also ties in with valet mode.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
sequence for freelander lock unlock, to lock 1press = door lock , 2press = door dead lock , to unlock 1 press = driver door unlock, 2 press = passenger doors unlock, also rear window can be operated from fob to do so press and hold unlock button for 3 or more seconds and rear window will roll down.neat feature.hope this helps please feel free to contact me on fb( marcus loud)
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
Typically spring is the failed part. Unfortunately if the WD-40 doesn't work then need to order or find replacement at a junk yard. There are 2 bolts that secure the hatch handle to the door but you'll need to remove the interior trim panel to get to it. Also the 2 screws/bolts that secure the hatch handle to the door can be fragile as well and may break-off - so unscrew with extreme caution. There is a a "Rube Goldberg" kind of set-up to get this whole mechanism to actually work. The wire-hanger type of metal that appears to link to the actual latch area can easily be popped off the 1-side of the hatch handle once you are able to remove the hatch handle from the door (after the 2 bolts are removed).
Posted on Jan 25, 2010
Same thing happened on my Focus. I suspected dirt had been preventing the boot from fully locking. A generous application of WD40 on the locking mechanism located on the boot seems to have resolved the problem.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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