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Lexus trunk automatic trunk key nor interior push button will not open the trunk

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SOURCE: keys are locked in truckhow to open lexus is300

The quickest way is to go to a Lexus dealer and let the help you get the Key Code and have another key made. Also a key and lock specialist could help

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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SOURCE: The interior trunk latch button doesn't work

Does your rear seat fold down? If not, it can be removed for access to the trunk, but is a pain to get out. Usually there are bolts attaching the upright part of the seat at the bottom of the upright cushion, where it meets with the seat cushion. After removing those bolts, the upright cushion needs to be pushed up (usually difficult) to disengage 'hooks' at the top to the seat cushion. You can also go to the dealer with proof of ownership, they should be able to cut a key (you need the vin of the car) or possibly a locksmith to make a key. Good luck.

Posted on Dec 07, 2009

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SOURCE: 2005 lexus 330 inside trunk release switch does

Check the valet trunk button in the glovebox. if thats not selected then its most likely the switch. however its unlikely, ive never seen one go bad before.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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SOURCE: hi,i can't open the trunk of my lexus es300,it

Hi, W/D here.
I'm not really familiar with your car, but I thought that I should offer this up as a Good Samaritan....
If your rear seat(s) will flip down, do so and open the trunk from the inside. Then determine why the over ride switch isn't working. The trunk button should be worked manually when you get the trunk open. Lubricate the lock and locking mechanisms with graphite, and not oil. You can get graphite at Lowe's, H/Depot or similar, in the lock dept. You can also get it at craft supply stores (Hobby Lobby). They sell it there for the Cub Scouts "Pinewood Derby" race cars.
Hope that this helped a little, --W/D--

Posted on Jan 30, 2011

SOURCE: Trunk Release Button on 1999 lexus es 300 doesn't work

key works remote doesnot work

Posted on Jan 11, 2012

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Does your rear seat fold down? If not, it can be removed for access to the trunk, but is a pain to get out. Usually there are bolts attaching the upright part of the seat at the bottom of the upright cushion, where it meets with the seat cushion. After removing those bolts, the upright cushion needs to be pushed up (usually difficult) to disengage 'hooks' at the top to the seat cushion. You can also go to the dealer with proof of ownership, they should be able to cut a key (you need the vin of the car) or possibly a locksmith to make a key. Good luck.

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To open the trunk, you could try:
1. using the key, push down on the back of the trunk while turning the key. A word of caution and try not to force otherwise, the key might be twisted cut;
2. use the automatic trunk opener (in the glove compartment). You would need someone to press down on button while another is pushing down on the back of the trunk;
3. alternately, there are some models where the rear seats fold down and opens into the trunk.

On the fuse/interior lights and locks, if you have replaced with a known good fuse and problem persist, it may be caused by:
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c. corroded or loose harness connector (unfortunately inside the trunk);
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Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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