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My hatch back handle is not working and i can't open the hatch back

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Put the back seats down and take off the interior panel on the boot and check the linkages that go from the handle to the latch. one may be broken or bent or it may be a cable that is stretched or broken.

Posted on Mar 22, 2011

  • Steve Richko Oct 12, 2013

    my cables are both broken, one to open the door and the other to open the window, i can't find replacements anywhere, including ford.

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