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Re: car trunk problem
Open the boot with the key and ask someone to activate the lever while you have a look on the latch in the boot. You should see the cable moving if not, it might be broken or just disconnected.
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Some trunks have a lever near the trunk latch on the lid to disable electrically opening the trunk. Could be a short causing the trunk open switch to open the trunk. If it doesn't open electrically via a button then you have something bent and the trunk doesn't close properly.
Its possible that it is just sticky, i dont know for sure what style your car has but if it the kind with the lever in the drivers side floorboard, get a buddy to hold the lever up for you and try to GENTLY pry the latch its self open with a flat head screw driver then spray some white lithium grease on it and work the trunk lid a few times
Two ways...#1, naturally the key. the second way this, the 1991 Maxima has a lever on the left side of the drivers side seat at floor level. Simply pull up on the lever and it should pop your trunk. Goood Luck! I hope you find this very helpful!