trunk lid wont pull down all the way

Richard Verity
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Asked by Jun 23, 2013 at 01:41 PM about the Lincoln Town Car

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I own a 92 Lincoln town car and the trunk lid wont pull down all the way,, motor works,,the shut off switch work,, everything appears fine,, tried to adjust all the mechanisms to their lowest point nothing,, do not see any adjustment to the worm gear drive,, any solutions?,,thank you

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Tracy Hooks
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Only to replace the the latch - there's a switch that's either broken or open. I don't think you can repair it but it's worth a try. I've seen a lot of them.

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Richard Verity
30

I will check the latch,, seems to be ok,, just took it off,, thank you for your time

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Richard Verity
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latch works,, I might have it figured out,, the pull down yoke has two detent tabs,, and its over the tabs not causing it to work,, going to reset the switch,,, wish me luck !

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Richard Verity
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part of the issue,, but not the right fix,,,

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