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Left hydraulic pump on rear hatch dislocated. need to pur back on old one or replace?

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What are you talking about?!? Between the wording and spelling, I have no idea what it is you want. Are you talking about the liftgate support strut (shock)? There are two... LH & RH. If it came off and will not clip back on, you need a new one. Go to the dealership and pay for some expertise... they have lots of them on hand.

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Hope this helped. Thank You for using FixYa!!!

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