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There should be a safety trunk release located on the upper rear window deck platform- a black handpull . If it is still intact- it should pop the trunk lid. At least it works that way on a 1997 Crown Vic.
It will be on the PASSENGER side of the engine. at the back where the engine meets the transmission. Should be two bolts that hold it onto the transmission. DISCONNECT THE BATTERY before you do anything.
What rims are on the car the steel police ones and what tires are on it could be hitting the stops on the frame and where the proper bolts put back in on the rack mounts and did you go with the heavy rack for the police car .Cause when I built them there was an issue with the proper bolts and there was a different rack for the cop cars the to the basic crown vic do to the suspension upgrade on it and the diffrent pump