A pipe inside the rear hatch has diconnected, simply remove the plastic inner panel inside the hatch and reconnect
If one is present, it is on the right-hand side at the rear of the car after you remove the hard-plastic covering in the hatch.
The rear hatch can be replaced by another hatch from an 82 to 92 firebird or camaro.
To manually open the rear hatch of a 2002 beetle can be hard depending on weather the hatch is closed or open. If needing to manually open a hatch you will have to take the plastic cover from the inside of the hatch then push the latch open.
You can not open the rear hatch door from the inside.
means it's time for a new hatch release or the cable is snapped and isn't pulling the latch open to release the hatch if you remove the panel in the hatchback where the retractor is you will probably find that its broken off of its bracket. there is a piece of plastic that holds that motor in place, and when it snaps, the hatch either wont shut or wont retract all the way
Remove the large plastic screws around the back, and inside the locked storage area, plus, the ledge at the bottom of the lock (bar) and the small screws on top.
Rear hatch leaking on 3rd gen Camaro,Z28-IRoc-z/Trans Am/Firebird-GTA The seal between the window and the hatch is worn. Any glass shop will reseal this.to do yourself buy a glass sealer or tar. remove inner hatch cover, there are I believe 4 bolts holding the window to the hatch. remove them. Have a large 4by4 holding up the hatch. Remove the hatch struts. Clean off old sealer under window an hatch. Reseal the hatch/window. Put the struts back and retighten all the bolts snug not too tight. I have had the same problem. This will fix ur water leak problem..
The spare tire should be inside the rear passenger side of the vehicle. Pop your hatch, remove the three plastic buttons holding on the passenger rear plastic hatch cover, where the speakers are if so equipped. The jack and spare tire should be under this cover.
Tail lights-- You have to unscrew the three bolts inside the hatch, pull the tail light toward you, then turn the bulb at the top. Third brake light-- You have to take (4) screws out of the plastic trim around the top of the hatch inside. Then remove the plastic trim and turn whichever bulb is burnt out and replace it.
I replaced mine on my '01 HL...it is done from inside. Open the hatch and pop the moulded plastic from the inside of the rear hatch to gain access to the bulb. I first attempted to change it from the outside..WRONG busted the light and had to buy new for $100....
You will need to remove the plastic panel on the inside of the hatch. From here you can access the locking mechanisim. Follow the cable to the latch and use somthing like a screw driver to lever it open.
First you need to check for power (12 vdc) at the contact connector with a volt meter. If you don't have power, you need to trace back till you find where the 12vdc stops and fix the supply problem. If you do have 12 volts, make sure the contacts are in good shape and making proper contact when the hatch closes. If it still does not work, some camaro parts sites have GM replacement parts to rebuild the electric motor. Hope some of this info helps. The replacement motor parts are available at www.hawksthirdgenpart.com
No, they do not.
open the rear hatch. pull back the carpet/felt. remove the 5 plastic screws/wingnuts. and separate the light housing from the vehicle. twist the bulbs to remove. install is reverse.
Try using the key... (the lock should be behind the license plate)
Remove the plastic molding covering the inside of the rear hatch. The hole located at the bottom of the hatch (long slot) is where you'll need to insert a flat blade screw driver. There is a pivot point that connects both latches through rods (left and right) on the rear hatch. Cause the pivot point to pivot using the flat blade screw driver and push the hatch outward. The rear hatch should now be open.
Right by the motor to the left under the rear cover..
They hatch from eggs. A few have eggs that stay inside the mother until they hatch, but all are born from eggs.
Inside the trunk or hatch on each side there are plastic access panels. Remove these panels to get access to the sockets which are twist locked into the reflector housing.
No, they can't.
In about 2-4 weeks after being laid. They hatch faster if they are inside in warm temperatures
They don't. The chick inside the egg opens it from inside when it has grown enough