Bolt it in, plug in the actuator, put the interior lid cover back on and your wife does the naughty dance for ya because you the man! They will pop out although you might need a screwdriver to wedge in behind if they don't come right out. Well, that just happened to me and I noticed that the wiring back there in the trunk was all held together with electrical tape. There are also vacuum lines controlling the vents behind the glove box, here is a link to a site that will help you with that side of the troubleshooting. There is some difficulty with putting the black pad back under the plastic side panels but patience, small fingers and a small plastic putty type tool is helpful. The electronic remote is on the pair of keys in the trunk! The plugs clip in and can be stiff to remove.
So anyway, 3 or 4 of the wires looked like they had been chopped right off, so I got the wires held together more electrical tape and it works again. Start the engine and let it idle while you open the hood and listen for the tell-tale hissing sound of an open vacuum line. These terms are used for identification purposes only. In this way many users may share a few connections, and if the number of connections is increased, the ca … pacity of the network is increased more than proportionally. Same thing happened to me. Disconnect the negative battery terminal for about 5 minutes. Leave remote at home and see … if it still opens.
Helps if two people work together to do this. Then, the radio will be exposed. Remove the two nuts I think a 10 mm deep socket would be right, but I just used an adjustable wrench - thats all I had in my portable tool kit. Locate the two nuts at the lower edge of the seat back that hold it in place. On a 01 model, you should have a trunk release button in the trunk, or on the drivers door.
Could be bad contact in remote control button. Once you have them unscrewed you can just lift up on the seat then pull it off and then the liner comes off pretty easy. I did this the first time in about 20 minutes start to finish including unloading the trunk contents through this opening and locating the keys in the trunk!! If not that, check for objects pressing on release button in glove box or possible lose wire contacts on button. All information on this site is the opinion of its members and not the opinion of the site itself. © 2018 Madison Ross Media Group. Lift the front edge of the seat bottom and then pull the seat bottom forward and remove from the car. My keys are locked in my trunk, I have a spare key, but as previously stated, it doesn't work.
I have fold down seats so I crawed in that way. Make sure that the pad with the black clip is on t … he inside. Remove the two remaining screws and then the radio. Or, convince them to reset it for you. The only problem is that I have no clue what I'm doing and they're holding on to each other by like a millimeter, so probably the first time they move they'll come apart again.
Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired. Is there a release hatch? Its in the left side right when you open your glove compartment. Use a flathead screwdriver and a hammer and break the lock. The re-installation is the reverse of the removal. If you ever do, please let me know! I finally resorted to taking off the back seats and removing the liner to get to the trunk. This means that an optimal trunking effect is obtained in very large networks.
If you choose 1 or 2 and don't fix the problem, the check engine light will just come on again after a short while. Remove the seatback from the car. There is a plastic push arm that broke on mine. Locate the small black pull tabs on the lower, forward edge of the seat bottom. If that doesnt work, you can see about lowering the rear seats down, and getting into the trunk that way.
Check for obstructions in trunk lid latch, or lose hardware. If not that, then you may be pressing on remote release button in your pocket while driving car. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Turn them all the way to one side and pull as best as you can. There is a yellow button on in your glove compartment for your trunk!!!!!!! First, you'll need to remove the wood trim from the dash. There is a trunk r … elease button - when you open the glovebox, it is to the left of the opening so that it cannot be seen unless glovebox is open.
We offer a wide range of Buick Trunk Locks of all the best brands in the industry at an affordable rate that fits the Price Range you are looking for. I found a factory bracket and push arm new on-line for about 30 dollars. I have damaged these clips before in other applications and they are readily available at your local jobber auto parts mart. It seems as though you can only open the trunk with the electronic remote. Pull the thin arm on the hatch release. Once the wood trim pieces are removed, next you'll remove the … vents from the black trim of the dash. The key does not work, and I am unable to find a release latch anywhere.
I figured it out though. Right now I'm trying to find online how to get replacements for these wires and can't find a thing. Trunking means that several connections in a network may be established simultaneously, and that setup of connections proceeds automatically using the channels available at the time in question. Take it in and get it fix … ed by a mechanic. From there, connect your new radio if it's factory, just plug it in and then reassemble the dash. If you know your Year Make Model, put it in the selector so that we can guide you to a product that fits your vehicle.