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My chevy aveo 5 hatchback door wont open what can I do to fix it

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I removed the panel on the hatchback from the inside; there's a metal rod that goes from the lever to the latch. You can move the rod to open the hatch. There's a plastic clip that keeps it all together. On mine that plastic clip is broken. Trying to figure how/where to get a new one. You'll need small hands...

Posted on Sep 17, 2010

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