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As title really.

My boot is a bit picky on how you close it. If you swing it closed it latches but doesn't fully close.

To close it I need to place my hand in the middle between the Honda H and the rear glass and keep it there as I close it.

Its no biggy but if there is some adjustment I could do then I'd like to do it.
 

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I'd be interested in this too.. my boot always seems to require a rather excessive movement to close it, practically slamming it.
 

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Twist the rubber bungs deeper into the boot lid to give the catch more room to grab
Dont go too far though, small twists


I think this is what your asking?? haha
 

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often happens after a rear shunt . needs to undo two bolts and re align it properly again :)
 

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Spot on Scotty182.

The one on the left was needing tightened a bit. Boot closes fine now :D
Goodgood :)

Just makes sure the panel lines are even on both sides now ! haha

Pleasure to help mate
 

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It's the little things that you don't always think of that make a difference! :D
 

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Twist the rubber bungs deeper into the boot lid to give the catch more room to grab
Dont go too far though, small twists


I think this is what your asking?? haha
Brilliant thanks for this.

Funny Ive been to a main dealer about this issue and they told me it would cost 4 hours labour!!
 

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Dealers for you ! :( (i work for a ford dealer atm and it's insane what they charge compared to my old mans garage, merc & vag specialist!)

I've got a cargo net (out of an old merc haha) but just need some small caribeners as it doesn't have hooks, just loops :(
 
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