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Trunk on 2006 jetta won't close! the only way my husband has gotten it to work is to lock the doors and this still takes a few slams of the trunk!

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This is a known problem. The spring inside the latch is a tad short/weak and over time has a hard time returning the latch mechanism. This is a link to the solution for an easy at home repair.

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

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