This article supersedes TSB 09-14-8 to update the Part List.
Some 2006-2010 vehicles may exhibit an inoperative luggage compartment lid solenoid. The solenoid may be stuck in the open position, preventing the luggage compartment lid from latching.
Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the condition.
With the luggage compartment lid open and the key in the accessory position, cycle the luggage compartment latch with the luggage compartment release button inside the passenger compartment. After hearing the latch actuate, attempt to close the luggage compartment lid.
If the lid closes no further action is required.
If the lid does not close go to Step 2.
Using the Work Shop Manual (WSM), Section 501-14, remove luggage compartment lid latch trim.
Check to ensure the electrical connector is fully seated into the luggage compartment lid release solenoid. Inspect the release T shaped interior handle for correct routing and free movement.
Cycle the luggage compartment latch per Step 1. If the lid still does not close, replace the latch assembly.
Lock Assembly (MKS/Taurus/Sable)
Lock Assembly (2006-2007 Fusion/Milan/Zephyr/MKZ built to 9/2006)
Lock Assembly (2007-2009 Fusion/Milan/MKZ built to 2/2009 )
Lock Assembly (2010 Fusion/Milan/MKZ )
Lock Assembly (2006-2007 Mustang)
Lock Assembly (2008-2010 Mustang)
Lock Assembly (Crown Victoria/Grand Marquis)
Lock Assembly (Focus)
Eligible Under Provisions Of New Vehicle Limited Warranty Coverage IMPORTANT: Warranty coverage limits/policies are not altered by a TSB. Warranty coverage limits are determined by the identified causal part.
2009 MKS, 2006-2010 Fusion, Milan, Mustang, 2006 Zephyr 2007-2010 MKZ: Includes Time To Diagnose and Replace The Latch Assembly (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operation)
2006-2010 Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, Taurus, 2008-2009 Sable: Includes Time To Diagnose and Replace The Latch Assembly (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operation)
2006-2010 Focus: Includes Time To Diagnose and Replace The Latch Assembly (Do Not Use With Any Other Labor Operation)
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