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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 Passat
I had a similar problem with my 2006 Jetta.
Basically, on the left hand side of the trunk, there is a rubber hose that runs alongside the closing mechanism, hidden by a flimsy plastic guard.
Through basic use, this guard cracked, and part of it and the hose would get in the way of the mechanism, preventing it from locking/closing properly.
So I removed the broken guard, and used electrical tape instead to keep the hose out of the way of the closing mechanism.
Really, though, VW should do something about this. I didn't find out it was the cause of this problem until closing the trunk, having it secure but not "beep" and pushing down on parts of the trunk until I received the "beep" signifying all doors were locked.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
THERE MAY BE A ROD THAT GOES FROM THE KEY TO THE LATCH, IF THAT HAS DROPPED OFF ON ONE END YOU CAN TURN THE KEY ALL YOU LIKE BUT IT WILL NOT OPEN THE TRUNK.
UNDO THE BOLTS HOLDING THE LATCH IN PLACE AND OPEN THE TRUNK, IF THE TRUNK LID HAS LINING ON THE INSIDE IT WILL HAVE TO BE REMOVED TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE KEY AREA FOR INSPECTION AND REPAIR.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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