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Boot (luggage compartmen release cable broken - how do I get in to fix

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Hi all

Tough problem for me I am hoping you can help with.  The boot (luggage compartment) latch release cable appears to have broken on my 1993 964 3.6 Turbo and now I have no way I know of to get in to fix it.

The cable is still attached at the release leaver end inside the car below the steering wheel but is quite loose - so I have to presume it is broken at the front end somewhere.

Can anyone advise how i might get into the boot?

Thanks for any help you can give


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Thanks so much for coming back to me.  I can't follow your suggestion because I (stupidly) keep the security socket for my wheels in the boot - so can't get the wheel off :cursing:


I keep it in there because I thought if I kept it in the car someone could steal my wheels after i have spent a fortune having the rims rebuilt/refurbished....

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