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With the hatch open remove any panel near the inside of lock so you can get to the horse shoe clip to remove. You must on some models remove on the outside of the trunk a logo style medal piece that is usually pop riveted on-this can be drilled at the pop rivets -but you must replace by using new rivets when finishing, that will be the last step-always examine the lock before removal so you know how to reinstall.

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