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Rear hatch will not stay up when opened. The "shocks" will not hold?

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Replace the rear hatch shocks. They are weak if they dont hold up the hatch.

Posted on Nov 13, 2010

  • jtp2006 May 29, 2011

    last time this happened to me it was just a blown fuse

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