Question about 2002 Renault Sportwagon
Usually just one of the linking rods that got unhooked, or a doorlock motor that is now malfunctionning. You need to take apart the plastics and covers on the inside of the tailgate to have a clear view of the mechanism and pinpoint the rod that's not working, or pinpoint the motor for the doorlock to test it out. Be warned though, in some cases the tailgate needs to be opened to take the covers off. If you feel like they won't come off at all and don't see any screws left to take out, don't pry too much so you don't break it, and take it to the dealer to get them to open it up. It may cost a bit more, but at least if they break it while taking it off, they're gonna pay to replace it and they will also fix it.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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