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Howdie sounds like you need to get some wd and squirt it in the Key Spot and then try taking the cover off the bottom of the Bumper and look up too see the Latch if that works take it off you might need to people workin on the cable won to bang on the hood to release it and to move the cable with the Other thanks again for your time
The following advice is not a joke. I am very serious:
Place a towel on a spot over the lock catch. Now, with the ''ball'' of your hand (face of your hand just above the wrist), _bang_ as hard as you can without denting the metal. Do this about three times, quick and hard as possible (Bang! Bang! Bang!). Then try opening the hatch. This usually works very well. And it also works on stuck hoods. If it doesn't work, try it again a few times. It is now Winter and a ''Summer Bang'' will obviously work much easier. (Good luck)
get someone to push down on the boot lid, if using the pull lid opener, or if using the key push down and turn key yourself. when it clicks, have them/you let it go, it should open, if it doesnt then get in the trunk from the back seat, crawell in and take a flashlight and a flat screwdriver. turn the key slot from the inside. You will probably find a bent or missing key shaft. If it does open from pushing down on it and pulling the release or using the key, then you have a bent locking clasp or a bent ketch on the body of the car. where it ketches, looks like it may be loose or bent to me. take care
your can check is it something stuck in the lock, first operate your roof either way, if you are going to open the roof as a first action boot lid will open to backward, let boot lid fully open and stop operating the roof, ignition off and have a look if something stuck you can see, if you are going to close the roof let close the roof and before close the boot lid stop operating roof switch, otherwise faulty boot lid lock, if faulty lock but you can try by mettle key blade which is in your electronic key, first take out mettle key from electronic key then insert mettle key in to the key hole in boot lid turn fully left and open boot if not work turn fully left and push it in, is this information helped you?
switch on your head light see the lights are working or not if not could be flat battery remove mettle key blade from you ignition key it has fixed in it your key tag is hanging on that mettle key near that you can see small sliding switch on your ignition key slide that and pull your mettle key blade out and put in the key hole in boot it's near the rear number plate light put in it and turn left and push inside then will open your boot lid, open boot mat and at right hand you can see another small mat that's the cover for battery open it and jump the battery be carefully, if you jump the battery wrong way be expensive to repair It will blow many control modules jump the battery with fitted right way positive and negative terminals at first time,
I am assuming your problem is similar to mine; the key fob isn't dead, but for some reason the boot won't release. This happens rarely, but can be very frustrating (and embarrassing)!
When neither the key fob nor the release on the boot work, lock and unlock the car, and insert the key into the ignition. Turn the key to the second stage, i.e. the accessories are powered, and then remove the key. This ought to allow you to use the fob again.