Question about Alfa Romeo GTV6
Alra Romeo GTV 3.0
First of all
If it does , It probably needs adjusting to remove slack tension.
Trouble is its located.....in the boot....AARRRRGGGHH !! LoL
Although I own a V8 Holden Statesman, not a Alfa GTV,
An elec boot release is an elec boot release, Try what I do for mine.
Have someone push down on boot lid & release it , as you keep quickly hitting the button.OR have them sit on it.
Works most of the time for me .
As electric boot release motors only have a small amount of torque & share the same mechanism as the key itself.Therefore a "sticky" lock will eventually result in the loss of cable tension
To Lubricate you lock ...( no pun intended lol )
If that fails , and you get cannot access the rear of the lock area from inside the boot to manually operate the latch, Then youll need to force it open and replace the barrel itself.
First visit the wreckers/Auto shop and pick one up...dont forget the key...lol
Next Hammer a suitablly sized flat-blade screw driver into the keyslot of the bootlock, take care not to damage the car, but dont be afraid of making the lock itself look reaaal ugly, hammer,twist,wiggle untill its either open or out of the way .
once visible , turn the "square hole" to open your boot and attach the new lock.
After it has
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
He did try hard to help you was a very good anser to ,what i would have said ,also look near the drivers seat for the release lever for the boot lock
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
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