No matter you’re running rubish, assisting in someone move, or going away for the weekend, the extra volume offered by the trunk of your Suzuki Across is important. However, it can happen, occasionally, that your trunk gets stuck, whether it is because of a power problems, or a problem with the lock, you will unavoidably find yourself in trouble when encountered with this trouble. That’s why we chosen to write this content page to help you find out how to open the trunk of a Suzuki Across from the inside? This should give you a short-term solution to access the trunk whilst you consider a complete repair. For this, we will first discover why the trunk of your car is blocked, and secondly, how to open the trunk of your Suzuki Across from the interior.
Why is the trunk of your Suzuki Across locked?
We will now see one by one the complications that can make you want to open the safe of your Suzuki Across from the inside.
Lock connection wires cut off that blocks your Suzuki Across trunk
First motive for a locked trunk on your car. It is likely that the wires or the wiring harness of the trunk lock may have been cut by force or because of shocks. This trouble causes the outside trunk release handle to not respond and may also bring about complications with your rear lights which may be linked to the same wiring harness. If you have these two complications and your bulbs are not burnt out (please browse our content page on changing the bulbs of the rear lights on Suzuki Across if you don’t know how to check their state, there is a good chance that the tailgate of your Suzuki Across is blocked caused by an electrical trouble.
Broken trunk lock on Suzuki Across
The second trouble that may cause you to look for how to open the trunk of your Suzuki Across from the inside, is that it is the lock of the trunk of your Suzuki Across that is at the source of your trouble. Over time, it may become blocked or internal mechanisms may break. In this case, the action of the exterior trunk handle no longer stimulates the system. You may still perceive the sound of activation, but the mechanism will not turn.
Something’s jammed in the lock
Finally, a last possibility, despite the fact that the origin of the trouble is generally already established. It is possible that you have something (a bag for example, a jacket, leaves…) stuck in the lock of your trunk and that this foreign body keeps it in the closed position.
How to open trunk Suzuki Across from the inside?
After examining the various causes why you might want to open the trunk of your Suzuki Across from the inside, we will describe how to do it in practice.
You may not be informed of it, but there is an internal handle on your trunk, which is there for safety. This handle is hidden and most people are not even aware of its existence. However, it is the handle that will allow you to open the trunk of your Suzuki Across from the passenger compartment. To discover this “handle” you’ll have to get in the back seat (don’t be reluctant to fold it down for more space), and, at the trunk lock of your Suzuki Across (center of the tailgate), you’ll have to remove a plastic cover to see the entire lock appear. Once this has been achieved, you should identify a sort of lever that once activated will allow you to open the tailgate of your Suzuki Across from the inside. Be careful though, on many models if this lever remains in the open position you will not be able to lock your trunk when locking your car with the central locking system. So remember to put it back in position once you close your trunk.
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