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Old 07-02-2018, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default Lift gate release

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I have a 2006 relay and currently doesnít run or turn on or anything, what I need help with is to get the lift gate open. I donít see a key hole in the back and I donít see a cable up from to pull to release it and in the far back I donít see an emergency release thing either. Any suggestions on what I could do to get it open?
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I have a 2006 relay and currently doesnít run or turn on or anything, what I need help with is to get the lift gate open. I donít see a key hole in the back and I donít see a cable up from to pull to release it and in the far back I donít see an emergency release thing either. Any suggestions on what I could do to get it open?
I'm not familiar with the Relay, but I'll take a stab at this. Check the link below. Scroll down until you see item #24 listed. That's the handle from which you should be able to open the liftgate from the outside. My wife's Acura MDX has a similar set up which also has no key access at the liftgate either.

https://www.wholesalegmpartsonline.c...category=19392

The liftgate is wired just as the doors are to be locked or unlocked electrically. If you have no electrical power whatsoever - as your message appears to suggest - and the liftgate latch was in the lock position when last activated then the door may not open. Once electrical power is restored then using either your Relay's interior door lock switch, or the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) fob the liftgate latch should release and be possible to open. If the liftgate cannot be opened after power has been restored then there may be a wiring problem. Be sure to look through any and all related fuses, pulling them out to positively verify their condition.
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This is one reason y electric parts like cadillac suck. Cars without all this are usually the cars that dont have all these issues.
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