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Replacetrunk/boot stays


Most of them have an eyelet with a nut at one end and a clip at the other. Buy as a pair so the boot lid closes evenly. try after market replacements. genuines can be really expensive.

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My boot wont open but the boot light stays on and on the dashboard says boot is open but the boot wont open


There should be a switch that opens and turns the dash light off when the boot is closed. find and adjust the switch.

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My boot wont open


If the back seat folds down you can get in and take the cover off the boot lid and pull the levers to the lock and it will open. If the seats do not fold down you have to remove the back seats to get into the boot or just get a locksmith

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1999 volkswagen cabrio, wont start on its own, replaced the fuel pump, replaced in jectors, it WILL start when kicked off with starting fluid...but wont stay running...


I think you should open you exhaust in front of your catylitic converter. Pull the O2 sensor or just take the pipe off.

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The "Boot Lid Open" message


i too have the same problem but my boot does not open at all and the message says boot lid open

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Boot lid wont stay shut and it shows it open on the instrument panel, it shuts but still shows it as open and then pops open when you are driving


try cleaning the lock itself then lubricating it and work the { boot / trunk }until it works in a bit ...does it appear as if it needs an adjustment ..as you close it do the lock and the striker match up within a reasonable catch distance otherwise an adjustment can be made .

the light will stay on if the switch does not make the necessary closed position allowing the circuit to remain open .again this would require an adjustment

has the vehicle been in an accident or the trunk disturbed to cause this ?

if not perhaps the switch itself needs an adjustment or is worn can the switch plate be lowered by bending the plate or can you adjust it otherwise .

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Dean, you mean the trunk lid ? Is that not normal with a key and push button on the lid ?Get a owners manual for sure.

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Hi, I don`t know the car but sometimes when you can`t open a boot lid someone need to push the boot lid down ( this relase the pressure of the latch system)and the same time someone pull the handle. Hope that helps.

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Boot lid will not open except by use of key


Removed lock solenoid actuator and tested off vehicle, cleaned up terminals and pulled some fuses and relays cleaning wherever I thought necessary, also cleaned locking rod at filler cap with maintenance spray and lubricated mechanism inside boot underneath filler area. Both items now working but still not sure what the cause was.Suspect dirty terminals but these were not readily apparent

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this sounds like a broken wire inside the corrugated tubing for the boot/trunk loom located by the right hand hinge on the lid

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