wouldn't it be the other way round and that they have slipped down slightly, pushing them back up would then make the lid fit more tightly? :?Over time the metal loops work their way loose and slide up.Might try to adjust the metal loops as far down as they'll go.It doesn't take much and the trunk won't show it's closed
You'll have to play with the linkage by adjusting it. It's aggravating, but rest assured, the more you get irritated, the more it seems to like it and the more difficult it is. Take your time and a few deep breaths. On my left bag, I had to take the linkage off that goes from the back latch to the front latch and turn it to make the adjustment. It took a few tries, but haven't had any issues since I did that, been a year now.Got here after searching for an answer to how to get the Trunk Open display to go out. Info about removing panel just inside the trunk, to get to the switch, was very useful, and after diddling around in there for a while, the display DID go out (whew - can see clock and mileage etc again) but now the trunk won't latch shut. Tried moving the latch mechanism back to accept the trunk loops, so it latched shut, but then the Open display came back on. I opted to have the display off, and the trunk unlatched. Solutions?