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Old 24 Oct 2011, 04:31 am
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Default How to open honda crx boot?

Hey just bought a lil honda crx del sol and the boot lock has been pushed through , is there anyway to get into boot? Only bought it last night , could be anythin in there . Cheers
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Old 24 Oct 2011, 04:46 am
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If i mind on the del sol has a switch inside the car that puts the roof in the boot. To do that it opens the boot. So try that and the boot sould open. If not, good luck!!
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