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Rear door
#1
Hi folke..
The rear door on my berlingo is difficult to lock, I have to kick it shut.

Even then if I accelerate quickly it will pop open emptying the boot onto the traffic lights.

Needs an adjustment, anybody done this?

Thanks in advance, Alan
#2
If im right, open the offending door and look towards where the door latches into the black coloured lock unit. (should be one for top and bottom). Althought i guess its either the top or bottom that needs adjusting, rather than both.

[Image: citroenberlingorear.jpg]

Once you have found these, there should be two torx screws holding them in place, cannot remember the size exactly, but not large. Loosen them and it should allow you to shuffle the lock closer to the rear, if that makes sense!
#3
Thanks, I had the same problem...
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This is an old thread Tongue
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