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If the trunk will not completely close do you think this is a fuse problem. Also the doors will not automatically compress when not closed completely. Is this also a fuse problem?

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No, no a fuse problem. A venting problem. Vehicle is air tight. Open a window and then see if everything closes properly.

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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