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2005 grand prix- trunk lid pops open when starting car

When starting car the trunk lid opens

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lol someone hot wired the trunk latch to the reverse switch, get someone to run the wire to the right place

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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SOURCE: 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix: Just started having

These cars have a body control module which could be faulty,have a mechanic check this out.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Locked out of car, 2005 Grand Prix, luckily had

well first is it a full rear seat or is it a fold down one what i mean is if you push from the trunk and it moves as ahole pice then theres no way to becasue it bolts at the lower end of the seat one way would be to push the seat down and have a hanger and hope for some luck

Posted on May 09, 2010

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SOURCE: 2005 grand prix -- trunk lid won't open

If you will turn the ignition on, press & hold the door lock release button to the left . . . . viola!

Posted on Aug 17, 2010

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SOURCE: my daughter's 2005 grand prix

In your situation I think your best bet is going to be taking out the back seat. Luckily this is very easy and will allow you easy access to your truck and jumper cables. Okay in order to remove the back seat you will have to have a socket set. There should be 2 bolts holding the bottom of the seat down and you can find them on the floor on the front part of the rear seat. One bolt on the driver side and one bolt on the passenger side. After you get those bolts out you should be able to remove the bottom section of the seat. If you can not look for two more bolts on the back part of the seat. You will have to look between the back of the seat and the bottom part. After you take those two bolts out both parts of the seat should be free and you can remove them. I hope this helps.

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Looked at the fuses under the hood and by the glove box, and can't find the trunk release switch fuse. The trunk is continuously opening by itself and I want to pull the fuse.


There isn't one. It's controlled by the BCM. You have a shorted wire or the switch is bad. Pop the switch out and unplug it. If it still happens(shorted wire) open the trunk and pull the plug off the latch.

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According to the owners manual, there should be a key slot around the tail lights or trunk lid. You can also use the power door lock switch to unlock the trunk by holding the switch in the unlock position.

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Locked out of car, 2005 Grand Prix, luckily had trunk open but dont know how to get into the car through the trunk by folding back seat down How can we do that


well first is it a full rear seat or is it a fold down one what i mean is if you push from the trunk and it moves as ahole pice then theres no way to becasue it bolts at the lower end of the seat one way would be to push the seat down and have a hanger and hope for some luck

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Sir, My 2003 Pontiac Grand AM `s trunk lid will not open with key or from inside with button. I have been told that I would have to go through the back seats to release the Trunk lid. Is this right?


There should be a little leather strap that is hanging toward the rear of the trunk where the latch is... pull this and the trunk should pop open for you.

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These cars have a body control module which could be faulty,have a mechanic check this out.

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How do you open the trunk without a key


Hold the driver's power door lock button to the left until you hear the trunk release pop.

Jun 26, 2009 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

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2005 grand prix -- trunk lid won't open


If you will turn the ignition on, press & hold the door lock release button to the left . . . . viola!

Apr 17, 2009 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Trunk problem


lol someone hot wired the trunk latch to the reverse switch, get someone to run the wire to the right place

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