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Old 03-13-2017, 04:10 PM
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Hey there,
I am trying to locate a replacement for the trunk release on my 1990 928 GT. Basically the arm on the trunk release popped off and the plastic bit that holds it onto the arm went missing. To replace the entire unit runs between $60 - $100, so I'd like to just find a way to attach the arm (see where #11 is pointing) back on without having to buy the entire thing. Here is an image of the part. Any suggestions or anyone have this part lying around I could buy?





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Part is not available separately from the assembly.
Will be on a used one if someone has was laying around.
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When I bought a new receiver the plastic part you mentioned broke, I think you will find the door locks have a couple of those plastic receptacles also. You can find those on Ebay or elsewhere.
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Just to follow up on this, here is the picture of the lock and the associated plastic part (ebay $20) that also fits the rear hatch. Finally my brand new hatch lock is working.




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I guess I misunderstood what you were actually looking for.
I stock those for $2 - sorry.
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Originally Posted by ROG100 View Post
I guess I misunderstood what you were actually looking for.
I stock those for $2 - sorry.
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