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Not supposed to do it for safety reasons, deadly CO can enter the cabin, and possible damage to the hatch or lift cylinders.
That said, a trick I've used is to flip the latch to the closed position, slip a rope through and tie it down to the striker.
I found this YouTube video that demonstrates how to do it:
 

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Not supposed to do it for safety reasons, deadly CO can enter the cabin, and possible damage to the hatch or lift cylinders.
That said, a trick I've used is to flip the latch to the closed position, slip a rope through and tie it down to the striker.
I found this YouTube video that demonstrates how to do it:

Awesome - Thanks man! Completely understand the safety thing and trust me I don't make a habit out of this just have to move a grandfather clockLOL
 

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Can you take some pictures for us? I am curious to see myself.

You could also use the tow ring under the rear bumper, but you have to be creative.

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I actually did exactly what the video described and it worked perfect! I didn't want to go to the tow hook in fear it would rub against the paint. With tieing it down to the trunk latch it held it perfect.. I actually ran it through the trunk latch and tied it around the headrest A little overkill but I forgot scissors and had to use the extra rope.
 
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