Mazda 2: When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened

Mazda2 DJ 2014–2021 Owners Manual / If Trouble Arises / When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened

If the vehicle battery is dead or there is a malfunction in the electrical system and the liftgate/boot lid can not be opened, perform the following procedure as an emergency measure to Open it:

(Hatchback)

CAUTION

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


  1. Fold down the rear seatbacks.

    Refer to Split/One-piece Folding the Seatback on page 2-7 .

  2. Pull the centre section of the plastic fastener and remove the fasteners, then remove cover on the interior surface of the liftgate.

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


  1. Using a fl athead screwdriver, open the inner cover.

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


  1. Using a fl athead screwdriver, turn the lever to the right to unlock the liftgate.

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


(Saloon)

  1. Open the cover.
  2. Move the lever to the left to fold the seatback.

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


  1. Move the lever to the left to open the boot lid.

When Liftgate/Boot Lid Cannot be Opened


After performing this emergency measure, have the vehicle inspected at an expert repairer, we recommend an Authorised Mazda Repairer as soon as possible.

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