check out the selinoid on the trunk latch
I have the same problem on my 2001 Olds Intrigue. It appears to be a leak in the trunk deck at the point where the power connects through for the brake light in the spoiler.
Passenger side tail light corner is where my changer is
depends on if you have the Bose stereo if you do look under the rear dash in the trunk it would be there
The spoiler on a 1997 Honda Civic is attached to the trunk. Open the trunk to gain access to the mounting hardware. Loosen the hardware and remove the spoiler.
If you have a spoiler, its in the middle of the spoiler on the trunk lid. Otherwise it should be in the middle of the back window. If you dont have a spoiler, but have a filler panel between the rear speakers at the rear window glass, I suspect someone has removed the spoiler or replaced the original trunk lid with one without a spoiler.
Spoilers are usually bolted in from the inside of the trunk.
In order to add a car spoiler to a car, one must first take accurate measurements of both the spoiler and the location of installment under the trunk. Once space has been verified and the spoiler bought, the wing brackets on the spoiler should be put together and the bolts tightened. Holes should be drilled through the top sheet metal of the trunk and the underside large enough for the spoiler bolts to pass through. The spoiler can then be attached to the trunk, being sure to place the washers before tightening the bolts.
yeah that's were there suposed to go
If you have a spoiler installed then you need a different spring that is stronger for the extra weight of the spoiler. When the dealer installs a spoiler they change out this spring. If you have no spoiler then the spring is adjustable. Move it to the lowest slot.
Unplug the whole light assembly from the bottom front of the car it just pops out to replace the turn signal bulb-same on the rear but you have to remove the trunk lining first.
That would depend on the car. Most cars with trunks would take the spoiler, assuming it's a rear spoiler, on the trunk lid. Make sure you move the trunk insulation and carpet out of the way so that the hardware mounts on the metal or trunk surface. After you have it mounted, remember to check the hardware after a day or so of driving to make sure it hasn't loosened up.
There is a button on back underneath the spoiler.
It is called a spoiler.
Most GMs of that vintage with a power trunk release is located in the glovebox
the back thing of a car is a boot or often know as trunk. Also on top of the trunk is a thing called a spoiler
Do you have a spoiler? Could be coming from the bolts holding it on.
i did it on my 2001 intrigue, pretty easy, but make sure you have enough ventilation. Remove the cover from the trunk and locate the tank lock at the trunk. With a flat head screwdriver , tap the cover till it comes loose. (tool not needed) then you will be able to pull pump and replace in reverse order. took me about 45 min. (have to get in and out of trunk few times. (try to do it with a low level of gas in tank. & avoid gas fumes by doing job in well ventillated area, i did it under a tree outside)
what you would need to do is: 1, pop the trunk and remove trunk liner 2, remove the bolts for the spoiler from the trunk lid 3, remove wiring harness connector 4, lift the spoiler off the car/trunk lid 5, remove old light fixture and install new fixture (bolt/screws) the 3rd brake light is an led, or light emitting diode, so if it burns the enitre fixture will need to be replace
your back window or the trunk rubber is leaking. see if you can talk a small friend into going in the trunk with a flashlight and take a garden hose and literally soak the rear of the car.i had the same problem and mine was the rear window was leaking on both sides from the top
Spring needs adjusting or you have installed a spoiler. In that case you need a different spring due to the extra weight of the spoiler.
its a part that comes up on a top of a car trunk to make cars look cool
The spoiler is bolted on and yes if you take it off there will be holes left in the deck lid.
Bolted on the right side of the trunk
With the key, there is no trunk release inside the car. You use the same key you would use to open the door to open the trunk.