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it may be the boot latch switch is faulty the gem module that controles this funtion may think the boot is already open, or the latch release solenoid/motor may have failed, or a broken wire. around the boot hinge, have you tried your spare remote to eliminate that? if you cant get in your boot at all you will have to remove the rear seats to gain access to the boot area and then remove the latch cover and open manually so you can diagnose the fault, hope this helps
all back seats are either screwed down or hooked in. you need to use a little muscle and lift up your back seat to see which is which. there is no other way to gain entry to your trunk.Trust me Ive locked my keys in my trunk too. Now i have a hidden spare to my door and trunk. GOOD LUCK
unless you have a car that has the ability to fold the rear seat backs to facilitate luggage from the boot into the passenger area then you will not be able to gain access to the boot from inside the car. There is normally a steel panel cross brace to strengthen the cab or a flat sheet of steel with holes punched in for the same purpose. I imagine you wish top gain access to the boot because the lock is busted but you will have to get a locksmith to get you in with out panel damage.
if you cant turn the key in the trunk lock : use a thin oil, something like sewing machine oil, and squirt it in to the key hole, run the key back and forth in the hole then squirt some more, repeat until you can turn the key, if you can turn the key and it wont open, then i cant help you, you could try to remove the back seats to gain access,(removing the bolts and removing them that way)
There should be a very small lever on the lock reciever assembly , it's a left over from the manual cable on previous models ,It will slide in a slotted groove , but will still be present on the lock housing. Entry from rear passanger seating and a good torch a bit of luck and patience .