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Re: trunk won't open on 2004 infinity i35
Have you checked the trunk switch in the glove compartment to make sure it is on? Just a thought.
To remove the rear seats: there are two tabs for the rear seat bottom one on the left and one on the right, look at the front bottom of the seat cushion. Pull the tabs and lift up on the seat it should come out easily. Once the seat bottom is out you will have access to the mounting hardware for the seat back. Good Luck.
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You have to get to the trunk lock mechanism from the inside through the back seat. From center of the lock mechanism, just to the driver's side is a "switch" the needs to be "slid up". After that, should work like before. For the pic orientation, you are looking from outside in & over.
Sounds like a broken or cracked wire under the seat. It sounds like it's grounding itself out when you put the seat back.Find someone limber to crawl under the seat to eyeball the situation, chances are, it's a simple fix. Hope this helped you out. G.K.
Most newer cars have a provision to pop the trunk from the inside. Look for a glow-in-the-dark handle that will release the trunk.
If your car has a remote trunk release, perhaps the cable is broken or stuck. You could try using a spray lubricant at both ends to free up sticky parts.
If you car is not equipped with a release and only opens by using a key, you may be able to remove the entire lock assembly from the inside. From inside the trunk, pull back the carpeting and reveal the bolts holding the latch to the bodywork. My guess is that you will find 2-3 bolts, 10-12mm in size. The latch will remain secured to the trunk lid, but at least it will be open!