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About a rear hatch not opening

The rear door will not open. you touch a piece of rubber and its suppose to open. what would be the reason for it not opening?

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Those pads are junk. They are not weather protected. They corrode badly. I believe on yours, you have to got to the back and at the bottom of the hatch panel there is a round plug you can pop out. Insert a screw drive. You will have to catch the release and move it left or right to release the hatch. Once open look at the rubber. There are two screws to remove and replace the controller.

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