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2006 BMW 750Li Trunk will not open

Will not work with remote or bitton inside car

will open with key manual

closese normally after opened

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Check inside the center console i think there is a lock and unlock button for the trunk make sure it is unlocked then try it with the remote.

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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Hi inside your console thier is a lock for the boot u need to unlock it try that

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