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Latch broke The plastic latch that secures and releases the plate which covers the DVD's on my player broke, Where can I get a replacement plate? Model number is DX- PDVD9 for the Dynex brand players.

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How do i open the hood manually the latch is broken. i have a black covered cable wire and the silver part of the wire is showing. i pull the latch nothing happens to release the hood


OK, if the cable is the part that broke AND it broke at the handle, then you can use a pliers or vise grip to grab the end and pull on it to pop the hood, if it broke somewhere inside the cable, then you will need some needle nosed pliers to reach under the hood and grab it there. if it broke off at the hood latch itself, then you will need to get/ make a hook or pushing rod to engage the mechanism directly to release the latch and then replace the cable the latch looks like this:

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Cannot access door latch assembly 2009 JEEP LIBERTY


all this is covered in the FSM. step by step. under body or doors.
2nd best is alldata.com
what door? you never said and steps can very by body options.
name the door,
i guess the latch is bad?
here are the words, for door lock motor.
lots of steps. my wild guess , it the door cover is off.
and the plastic film removed
and you get stuck here,
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  2. Push down the door glass (1) and use a slotted screwdriver to release the tab on the window regulator liftplate (2). Lift the glass up and secure to the header.
  3. Remove the three screws (2) securing the door latch to the door shut face.
  4. Remove the one screw (1) attaching the latch bracket to the door shut face.
  5. Disconnect and remove the electrical connector (1) from the door (4).
  6. Remove the 10 screws (3) from the carrier plate (2).
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  8. Remove the carrier plate (2) from the door (4). end

once carrier is out there is chapter on that , disassebly

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1998 dodge pickup hood will not open


there is the latch release that u have to push up does it feel loose I have a 99 2500 and the latch keeper broke and allowed the latch to spin around and wouldn't release try to look and see it the latch is sideways or if there is a black plastic keeper near the bottom of the latch handle

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Trunk lid wont open


Most likely, the plastic snap on the end of the hooked link that runs from the button mechanism down to the latch has popped out of its hole in the latch. Common problem on cars of this age.
If you have fold down rear seats, crawl in the trunk and pop up the plastic snaps that hold the trunk liner in place (if you break some, no worries, they are cheap), and pull up the liner and reach inside and release the trunk latch. Then you can replace the plastic snap on the link, or just secure it to the lock with a zip tie. We bought a new snap and still had to secure it with a zip tie.
If you don't have fold down rear seats, you will need to remove the license plate and drill a hole so you can reach in with a wire hook and release the trunk latch. You need to find a rubber body plug an inch or so in diameter and then drill a hole to fit your rubber plug. This will be easier if you know someone else with an e36 who will let you pull off their trunk lid lining and see what it looks like so you can select the best spot to drill the hole and know just how to grab and pull the trunk latch to release it.

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The back seat latch on my 2005 Honda CRV not not


check to see if parts are jammed in the path of movement

Sep 12, 2009 | 2005 Honda CR-V

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2003 Ford Explorer back door latch will not open


Mine just did the exact same thing. The latch may be moving freely because it is not hooked to the latching mechanism anymore. In my case, the handle had broken where the handle hooks to the rod that operates the mechanism. Go to the Ford dealer and buy a new handle. Here in S.C. it was $24. You can't get this at the parts houses. Start by removing the plastic "Ford" cover that is over the liscense plate lights. You then have to remove the aluminum rivets that hold the handle to the tailgate from the outside and remove the broken latch. Remove the pull handle loop on the interior side of the tailgate (2 screws), unsnap the inside plastic tailgate interior panel, and pull down the black plastic sheeting that is underneath the panel to make access to the mechanism inside of the tailgate. There is also a hard plastic cover that you will see that needs to be pulled loose to open another access hole. Install the new tailgate latch handle by sliding back into the mounting holes and attach with two 10-32 screws and nuts. The new handle will come with a new yellow rod attachment piece on the handle. You will see inside of the tailgate a small rod hanging down, most likeky it will have the same rod attachment piece as the one on the new handle. Note the position of the yellow piece on the rod, as you will connect the new piece in the same place. Once the rod is hooked up, relubricate the metal mechanism with a light machine oil, replace the black plastic cover, replace the black plastic sheeting, (secure with a small amount of duct tape), replace the tailgate interior panel, replace the pull handle loop, shut tailgate, replace "Ford" cover over lights, and you're done!

Mar 23, 2009 | 2003 Ford Explorer Sport

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Getting a small plastic piece out of a door


If the piece is jammed (locked) in the door latch assembly, there is a manual release that you can use to open the door latch to see if the piece will come from free. The following link advises:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r622155-kenmore_elite_whirlpool_duet_door_jammed

This may require two people. One to pull on the manual release, while the other works on retrieving the broken piece from the door latch.

Another method may be to remove the door latch assembly so you can easily manipulate it outside the machine. This link explains how to remove the door latch assembly:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r587965-door_latch_replacement_fdl_error

Now...if the piece is jammed too far inside the door latch assembly, a last resort would be to replace the latch. I hope it does not come to that, but it may be a last resort. The link provided will give you all the necessary steps to complete this repair, if required.

I hope you find this information helpful. Let me know if you require additional assistance.

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