i have a 2002 pontiac aztek my rear hatch will not open when you put key in you can hear it trying and when you push button but it will not open

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Asked by Aug 25, 2014 at 11:06 PM about the 2002 Pontiac Aztek AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

rear hatch will not open when you push button makes noise like it wants to open if you put key in hatch same thing ive checked the fuse all good and checked number 28 all good under sit is connected as well lost right now

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Your going to have to try and open it from the inside. Your going to want to remove the panel and find the latch you either have a bad servo motor on the lock or it popped off or broke off in the door. Try first spraying some wd40 into the lock. Make sure you have a paper towel held under it in case it leaks out. If the WD don't get it open then your taking a panel off and its going to be a pain since they are not meant to be taken off while closed in most cases

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I am amazed that someone actually answered you. I have asked this question twice and was completely ignored. They must like you(:

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