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P.T. cruiser hatch all of a sudden wont stay up 20min.latter.

The weather went from hot to cold and from dry to rain. This morning it stayed up then 20 min. latter it wouldnt. Could it be a temporary thing or do they go out just like that?

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Its usually a sign that the rear hatch supports are getting weak and need to be replaced,some times the cold weather will affect them also

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