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  1. dudley6623

    dudley6623 New Member

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    I have a 54 plate vetcra 2.2 sri which has developed abit of play in the boot lid, im thinking of replaceing the catch in the boot lid, does anyone no if its just a case of out with the old and in with the new or is it abit more complicated than that

    many thanks
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    brikhead Well-Known Member

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    Does the boot lid move slightly when shut?
    You may just need to adjust the rubber stops, they usually screw out to take up the slack...
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    dudley6623 New Member

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    yeah it moves slightly when shut, where are the rubber bits and how do it adjust them

    many thanks
  4. Lorian

    Lorian New Member

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    Two rubber knobs one either side of the boot. Just unscrew a little by hand. If you unscrew them too far the boot wont latch properly.

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