The right latch on the cover for the trunk in my 2004 Subaru finally failed, so I decided to bust out the calipers and print a replacement.
In order to remove the previous latch, I had to drill out the original rivet used to secure it.
Each side uses:
1x M4x16mm Socket Head Cap Screw
1x 4mm Flat Washer
1x M4x.7mm nut
I originally printed this in PLA as a mostly test fit, and hoping maybe it would stand up to the heat, and it warped severely in moderate (~70F) weather over the course of week. Currently seeing how PETG stands up, but ABS almost surely wouldn't have problems.
The logo may not be visible depending on your print settings and filament, so I included a version without.
Make sure to enable "Don't support bridges" or similar in the slicer, otherwise the hole where the nut is inserted will be a pain to clean up.
Use a material that will stand up to the heat inside a car. I originally printed it in PLA for test fitting, and because it was the only black filament I have, and it became severely warped in moderate weather. (It barely broke 70F outside while it was installed in car and warped severely, see photo)