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Rear hatch is stuck

The rear hatch of my wagon won't open. When I unlock it either with the key or remotely it makes a noise but the hatch stays shut. The lock appears to be stuck. Anybody come across this?
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You need to remove the panel form the hatch and spray it with white lithium greae, it is more than likely stuck to dryness.

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Donald: Here are some comments on SubaruForester.org : "We just got a 2007 Subaru Forester> and we absolutely love it.

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