Q: Back latch not closing.

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The back latch won't close. I believe that is just needs to be replaced.

The lock actuator on these vehicles is known to fail. This could be your problem, but the vehicle would need to be inspected firsthand to know for sure. I suggest having trained professional from YourMechanic diagnose and repair your latch.

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