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Old 02-17-2017, 01:36 PM
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Wagon trim question

On the back 'wall', there are two speaker grilles and some panel in the middle. We've lost the cover and I can't find it on any parts diagrams.

I'm also curious what that motor or solenoid is!

Any help appreciated. If no one knows, I'll try the regular E forum too.


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Old 02-18-2017, 01:03 AM
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There is no such panel on the rear headliner where the two speakers are at in my wagon.
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my 2006 does not have this center panel


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Well then what the heck is it!
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Never seen this before and I've seen a lot of wagons. Can you see a part number on that motor or can you tell what the motor is attached to and it's function?
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I had two '05 wagons and none of them have that.
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It looks like a small motor or large solenoid. I wonder if it is for the automatic hatch open and close? I don't have an original key, so.....
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It looks like a small motor or large solenoid. I wonder if it is for the automatic hatch open and close? I don't have an original key, so.....
The auto hatch uses a hydraulic pump and cylinder to operate and the pump is tucked in the left cargo panel area and the cylinder is behind the left hinge so that's something different. Don't know what you mean by don't have an original key.
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Just that I only have one key and it is a replacement. I thought perhaps it was the hatch, but sounds like it is not.
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Could that be for the automatic/power cargo cover?
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