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Rear hatch latch was broken, replaced but now when the lock button is pressed on the transmitter the rear hatch releases and opens.

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Sounds like the linkage is hookup wrong and may be backwards, the release and lock/unlock linkage are in the wrong holes reverse the two and try it, this sounds like the problem.

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