There's little hooks in the trunks on either side. You basically hook the net on the hooks, one net on the driver side, one on the passenger side. It makes small pockets of space near each side of the wheel well, behind the rear lights. You can't fit much in those spots, but it is nice to have a spot to put groceries you don't want to slide around in the back.
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One would hope that the dealership would have installed it for you. Beautiful car by the way. They done everything nicely in these cars.
In the instruction manual that comes with the cargo net (Dealer accessory) it will show you how to remove 2 anchor bolts on the left and ride side of the trunk. The carge net should come with the replacement anchor hooks to allow you to hook the elastic straps to both sides to get maximum use of the net.
I would say since your car is as new as it is. Come into the dealer and get them to put it in for you.
Here's the procedure on how to replace the signal light.
1. Open the trunk
2. If you have a convenience net, remove it.
3. remove the top plastic wingnut that the convenience net hooks to.
4. pull back trunk liner
5. remove the 2 plastic wing nuts found under the trunk liner
6. carefully pull the tail light assembly from the vehicle
7. squeeze the tab on the socket (turn signal lamp in the inboard socket)
8. turn socket counter-clockwise
9. pull out the socket
10. pull lamp straight out
11. push in new bulb
12. reverse steps to reinstall lamp assembly
Note: replacing left and right turn signal bulbs takes about 5 minutes.
You can try to remove the trunk switch and cross the two wires on the back of the switch if the switch is bad. If that does not work put 12volts to one wire and ground the other to the metal of the car. If the latch release is good it should pop open. If the solenoid on the latch is bad your going to need a lock smith.
The procedure is as follows:--
Working from the trunk: 1. locate the 2 retaining knobs (doohickeys that you fasten the trunk cargo net to) for the Hard plastic trunk liner near to and inside of the rear light assembly. Unscrew the knobs. 2. Pulling back the plastic liner, locate the 4 studs (threaded posts). 3 will be located vertically in a line, the fourth, outboard and lower. Using a 10mm wrench(small), remove 3 of the 4 nuts fastening the light assembly to the body. DO NOT remove the lowest nut of the 3 in a vertical line, as this does not fasten the light assembly. DON'T LOSE THE NUTS OR WASHERS.
Working from the rear of the car: 1. Hand pull the light assembly from the car body. 2. Remove bad lamp. Twist lamp socket and pull out of assembly. Pull lamp and replace with #3057. Reassemble: 1. Test light prior to reassembly. 2. Ensure Gasket material for assembly and studs is intact, this keeps water/dust out and dampens movement (prevents rattling and increases the life of lamp). 3. Use Reverse instruction for reassembly. --------------The taillight/backup light/license plate light assembly is separate from the brake light/turn signal light assembly on the Buick LeSabre. No matter what rear bulb you have to replace, you must access the trunk area to do so.Open the trunk of the Buick LeSabre.Locate 7 nuts underneath the trunk lid (3 on each end of the trunk lid and 1 in the middle). Remove each one using a nut driver.Manipulate the trunk lid at chest level and gently pull the rear taillight assembly slightly away from the trunk lid.Locate the burned out bulb sockets and then remove the bulbs. Insert the new bulbs into the socket and test by turning on the lights before reassembling.Replace the tail light assembly by aligning the studs inside the predrilled holes in the trunk lid. Refasten the 7 nuts.Remove the cargo net if applicable to replace the brake and/or turn signal light.Unscrew the plastic wingnut that the cargo net is attached to. Pull back the trunk liner.Remove the 2 plastic wingnuts under the trunk liner.Pull the brake light assembly outward from the back of the LeSabre.Locate the socket of the burned out bulb and then turn counter clockwise 1/4-inch to release it from the assembly.Remove the old bulb from the socket and replace with a new one. Test the light before reassembling.Thanks. Keep updated for any more query. You can rate this
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Sounds like you may have blown a fuse while installing the audio system.One way to check is to
cross the two wires out of the switch, if the trunk opens, the button is bad. If it won't open check the fuse.The proper way to test the button for power is
with a 12v test light. That said, hope this helps.
MY 06 Impala tunk would not open using my key fob, or the trunk button on my car . IF you own this vehicle you know that there is no manual keyhole on the trunk. I had to remove my back seat . It is held on by two bolts. In the trunk on the trunk lid is an emergency release handle. Once the trunk is open you need to remove the lock mechanism. Take a test lightand check the wire harness. If you are getting power to the harness and the lock still does not work, you need to replace it. GM wanted 189 for a new lock mechanism, i went to a auto scrap yard. they didnt have an 06 impala, but they did have an 06 malibu. they use the same lock system.the wire connectors for the harnesses look different but it fits fine. the only drawback is my convenience light in my trunk does not work when the trunk is open. only cost 15 bucks for the part.