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well if your engine turns over but will not fire you may have a bad ignition coil so please locate it and check for voltage at small wires attached to the coil but DO NOT CHECK FOR VOLTAGE WHRE THE WIRE GOES FROM IT TO THE ENGINE.
The rotor cap (i am not sure if you meant distributor cap or rotor button, but ill answer them both) on a 1989 Volvo 740 is located directly at the back of the engine block, connected to the cam shaft. it is the orange plastic device that the spark plug wires snap into. the rotor button is the orange plastic part found inside of the distributor. to get to the rotor button you would have to remove the distributor with a 8 or 10mm wrench (sorry I cant remember which), there are 3 bolts to remove. it should take less then 5mins to do this. GOOD LUCK:)
A good locksmith can get this open for you. we used to do these all the time...due to age we don't see many any more. Either the linkage has come off the latch or the vacumm system to the latch is not working.
Probably not. The reason the trunk (boot)and the doors have different keys is that the locking mechanism is completely different. I'm not sure bout this particular car but generally that's the case. Your best bet would be to try to find a door lock with a key at a junkyard or on eBay.