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Repair Caution – before commencing the repair ensure that the operating switch is functioning correctly To check the switch follow sections 1 and 2 below to open the rear window then remove the grey plastic cover over the lock latch on the window, peel back the insulation and using a meter check for continuity across the solder pads when the operating switch is depressed. If you have a functioning switch then the following repair should fix your window assuming that the solenoid is not faulty. 1. Remove the tailgate lower trim by removing the 18 buttons around the outside and then removing the 4 buttons securing the interior closing recesses. 2. You should now be able to open the window by pulling down on the solenoid (note – I removed the top trim in order to photograph the solenoid). The exterior panel housing the high level brake light should now be removed. This is secured with 2 large flat head bolts, 2 ordinary head bolts and 2 plastic clips. The bolts require a T30 Torx bit to remove them. Lift the exterior panel housing the high level brake light gently. If the plastic clips do not release easily then remove the two plastic covers running around the hinges. Note that the two “torx screws” that appear to hold the hinge trims on are in fact plastic securing plugs. Gently pull the “torx head” out and the securing plug will come out. The large brown connector takes the power to the heated rear window and also has an extra wire (yellow) for the opening rear window signal. Use a “scotch lock” or similar to attach a 1.5m length of black wire to the yellow wire.
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