How to open rear door with broken latch

Asked by May 03, 2013 at 12:48 PM about the 2004 Jaguar X-TYPE 3.0

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How to open a rear door with broken latch

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something actually broke...as in two pieces, or perhaps a quality British made fastener decided to stop fastening...in any case you gotta get in there and find out which spring broke, and to do that you'll have gain access by removing the hardboard panel, couple of phillips screws and using a long knife separate the hardboard from the steel, a couple of plastic fasteners may need coaxing with a needlenose but should be able to tell the score...let us know if you have trouble dealing with the complexity...take pictures and post them for us..

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Hi is there anybody out there that can help me I have a Jaguar X-Type 2004 and the back door will not open from inside or outside does anyone have any ideas how I can open it thank you to whoever reads this message

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