Can't open trunk

Asked by Aug 19, 2010 at 09:16 PM about the Mitsubishi Galant

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i can't open my trunk with the key, remote or latch. do you think I need to buy a new mechanism??

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Most likely only the spring thats broken, easy to fix you'r self :)

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This was ages ago, but for anyone else searching for help opening the trunk with the front latch: There's a little white latch thing on the trunk that I noticed when it's flipped up, the latch won't work. When it's flipped down, it will be popped open. I needed to put the small part of the back seat down and use a long stick (and flashlight) in order to flip it back up. Now I make sure it's flipped down since the key is not working at the moment any more.

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