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Old 07-09-2007, 08:14 PM   #10
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Thanks for the tip.

I'm thinking that the vibration from driving is shaking the switch allowing it to operate after a drive. It might also be that I have opened the rear trunk already since I tend to use the rear trunk first and put the overflow in the front.

Is there a fix other than replacing the switch?
Any idea of cost to replace?

I'm thinking that it is not worth a huge investment, but I am kind of particular about the car and might fix it.
2000 Arctic Silver/Black, Hard Top, On Board Computer
PNP Rear Speakers, HAES 6-channel amp, Avic Z140BH,
Painted Bumperettes, 2004 (OEM) Top and Frame
Homelink transmitter integrated in dash with Targa switch
Carrera Gauge Cluster with silver gauge faces, heated seats, litronics, painted console
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