Question about 1995 Ford Crown Victoria
We lost the key and knocked out the lock with a screwdriver we thought we can put the screwdriver in the hole and tern it to open the trunk but we cant ?????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my trunk wont open!!
Someone else posted the same problem, so I went out to my Focus and found a way to release the back seats. It is diffecult, but possible, to push the release lever in the trunk with a thin board (like a 4 foot piece of baseboard) through the space between the seats. The release lever is in the upper corner (passenger side) of the trunk. Get something to wedge between the seats and a flashlight. Post the result if this works.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
SOURCE: trunk lock wont open
if you do hear the click noise then that means your trunk is now unlocked. Try giving it as much force as you can while someone else is hitting the trunk release, your hinges for your trunk are probably hung up on something.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Had the same problem; brake lights worked, too. It freaked me out at first as I was far from home when it happened, but I used the override to get back out of park for a couple days (it's under that "dime sized cover" like snorkelboby said). I asked a mechanic who also thought it was a solenoid issue but turns out, my brakes shoes needed replaced and I haven't had the problem since. I assume since you have to apply the brakes to shift, it must have been the worn shoes...
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
sometimes access hole is not directly over trigger point try closer to top of access hole if it goes down more than 1" try again it releases quickly.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
Check your fuse box, look on the diagram and locate the fuse (10 amp most likely) for the auto trunk. The clicking is the relay, it also operates the keylees entry for the doors.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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