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Rear "Trap" Door Releases
#1
I was opening mine today for the about the third time since I bought the car five years ago. It opened fine but the "release latches" looked like ordinary nails to me and while playing with one it pulled out. What should they be?

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#2
They are a steel pin bent into a finger pull loop- look like a sideways "P" I believe there is a set screw to secure and a flat spot it matches up to. Someone did use nails! LOL!

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#3
Thanks. I will look for the set screw and see what I can fab to make it work.
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