how do i open glass in back hatch

Asked by Aug 14, 2011 at 12:38 AM about the 2008 Ford Edge

Question type: General

4 Answers

should be a button to push on driver door or a latch beside seat.

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The glass doesn't open on my 08. Only the door windows.

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The glass does not open in the hatch on the Edge. Only the hatch itself.

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I had a few Ford stationwagons and loved them. The tailgate opened both ways and the window in the tailgate opened separately for convenience and for hauling, say a 8' or 10' piece of wood or carpet. When the new designers forced the suvs on us they eliminated the operating window and that's why I will not buy a Ford. A lot of my friends say the same thing. All these so-called designers are doing is saving a few dollars at the customers' expense. Get with it Ford and improve on the past, don't move backwards in your designs. That's just plain dumb!

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