If you mean the trunk pull-down motor, order it from the dealer. I ordered one last week (August 2008). The part number is 4378724.
the belt diogram should be right there wher your latch hoock is when you open your hood
try closing them
Hey Chaton==You may need to get a wiring diagram for your car. MOTORLIT.COM has some I don't know it they have one for your car or not. GoodluckJoe
It is inside the latch itself.
It is part of the latch, inside the door.It is part of the latch, inside the door.
There should be a hood release lever in the kick panel down on the far right side, once pulled you'll need to release the outside safety latch
The sensor is part of the door latch. You would have to remove the door pne and unplug the latch.
a few inches above the hoo latch
If the hood latch in your vehicle isn't working properly, you may have a hard time opening or closing your hood. If it doesn't stay closed properly, this can be a safety issue and needs to be fixed immediately. The hood latch can be easily replaced with a new latch by using a wrench.
Unit is incorporated in the door latch and is not serviced. You'll have to replace the latch assy.. Where is the sender for the automatic doorlock?
The door ajar switch is part of the door latch.
replace door latch
The ajar switch is part of the latch, inside the door.
To fix the 300m latch, you will need to remove the inner door panel. After the door panel has been removed, then you can check the door latch components to determine what has broken and how to best repair it.
The door ajar switch is part of the latch, inside the door.
Answerthe latch under the hood goes UP not DOWN :) I had a problem with my hood latch not fully closing. The horizontal spring behind the latch had disengaged. I reattached it using needle nose pliers and problem solved.
Your door latch is likely worn and/or loose. Wrap the door latch POST with duct tape and it will provide a tighter closing fit for the door and could cure your situation. When it get loose again, just rewrap the post in tape again where the latch catches it.
under dash at bottom of steering column and pull latch under hood to the right
Sorry this won't sound very technical, but on my 97 have had to do this a couple times...all I did was flick the closing apperatis on the latch on trunk lid and then it closed. I think it got bumped and desended into itself.
(1) Something is jammed down inside it preventing the latch from closing? (2) The spring is broken? If necessary to do so, it shouldn't be expensive to replace - check an auto salvage business.
I think you need to take out the back seat and go thru the trunk and turn the latch manully, then check your lock cyc. connection to the latch assembly.
It's a song called "This World Keeps Turning" by Latch Key Kid.
They can pull the kingpin latch on the fifth wheel - that is all they can do. They cannot physically move the trailer.
static latch: a latch without capacitor dynamic latch: latch with capacitor