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Doors problem started when I checked the fuses out and back on. Trunk just stopped operating on a remote.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trunk latch pull down
you need to replace the motor assembly. get the part of the internet, maybe rock auto. it's an easy repair just a couple of screws and a plug connector.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Yes, it has a fuse but I do not have a diagram unfortunately. Or it could be your indicator switch on the inside driver's side of the trunk. The remote will not work if the trunk is already open OR if the switch is bad/not contacting the stopper (at the base of the trunk) and falsley telling the PCM that the trunk is ajar. But if this were the problem, your should be getting a warning that your "trunk is ajar" from the onboard warning display on the guage cluster. The switch is cheesy...had to replace mine.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
you'll need to insert your key into the trunk lock. prior to doing this you'll need to use the automatic lock on the driver side of the vehicle, hit the unluck button twice. Torn the key in the trunk to the left, you may have to slightly press the trunk button in while doing this and give it a lttle wiggle after the key has been turneed to the left push the button all the way in, if this does not work repeat the process but reverse to the right instead of the left.
This manually disables the remote lock for your trunk.
Posted on May 08, 2009
SOURCE: 2003 Saturn ION 2 trunk Problem
there is a manual switch that is located near the trunk latch for a safty lockout it might have been switched by accident look to make sure.hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
There is a cable that runs from the key cylinder to the latch mechanism. There are clips that hold the cable housing in place, and if one of those comes loose then turning the key just moves the housing without releasing the latch. Check the clip closest to the latch. To get the trunk open drop the back seat, crawl in, and pull on the cable.
It is also possible that the cable is broken or damaged and needs to be replaced -- I assume you will then need to replace the enrite assembly.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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