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The Rear hatch of my Murano rattles. The piece that the hatch clasps to is very loose? It won't tighten with a screw driver?

I've tighten the piece with a Philips Head a few times, now I can't tigten it at all?!

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Hi I don't know the car well but is it supposed to have a rubber grommet that fits over the head of the screw. Otherwise I think you may have to go to the dealer

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Use the write tool to do the job, try again if no goor, pull out the stoppers so you don't hear the wrattle.

Posted on Nov 28, 2014

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SOURCE: 2004 murano latch forback hatch

Might be messy but try spraying some WD-40 or similar lubricant up under there especially where you see it's attach,(probably at ends) and keep working it back & forth until it loosens up. If real bad, it may take a couple of shots at it. Spray in behind some too, and try to get it on backside with little red nozzle, as well as spray rest of latch while your at it.

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SOURCE: Wiper was pushed down from the parked position

you will need a flat screwdriver about 5/16 or 3/8's wide. to pry your wiper blade off. pull back on your wiper arm while prying with your screwdriver. work on both sides of your wiper blade, you will notice it starting to come off a bit at a time. just keep working it till it falls off.... good luck sawdust46

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SOURCE: 2003 Nissan Murano Driver door won't lock or unlock with keyfob

The key fob is the remote. But the remote type that works like a key. The remotes that you just need to carry on you to start the car or truck. That is a Key Fob.

Thanks Jay!

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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