I there a fuse for the lift gate of a 2008 Chrysler PT cruiser (touring)?

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Asked by Feb 02, 2015 at 01:01 PM about the 2008 Chrysler PT Cruiser Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a touring model 2008 PT Cruiser.  The rear hatch (or lift gate) stopped working a couple of months ago and stays "locked".  I've been told it might be fuse but have been unable to locate it.  All other doors are functioning nornally.

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Hi, I'm no mechanic, but I can tell you this. There are two fuse boxes, at least that I know of so far. One.....standard, at your left knee, and the other, directly behind the airbox, in front of the prop rod. Black cover, two tabs on left, lift....viola!! Both removed panels clearly indicate where those fuses are.

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i have 2008 PT haven't found 2nd fuse box yet and neither has Advance or Auto Zone still looking for tail light fuse no one will answer me

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We have a 2008 PT and while we found the fuse box in the engine compartment there is no fuse box in the passenger compartment by the driver's left knee. There is a power lock fuse but I couldn't see a separate one for the back hatch. Power door locks all work but the back hatch won't unlock and there is no key way at least on our model.

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