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RENAULT SCENIC.My boot is hard to close at times, and the bottom catch seems to be loose, can anyone advise me on an easy solution to this.
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Re: Boot catch

If I understand correctly the bit you re-fare too can be
adjusted if you look at it from the boot side there will
be a hole in the plastic with bolt or similar behind
you loosen this and can move the catch up
a little the catch it's self does feel a little loose.
Its a trial and error thing it may of coarse not be this
but its worth a go as a first thing to try.

Who would design a vehicle that falls over when you stop?

If you find a fix for your problem please let us know it will help others.
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