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Trunk does not open using front console button OR remote keyless entry button. Is there a fuse for the trunk?

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Yep should be a fuse and relay.you can still open trunk with keys.if fuse and relay dont fix problem.your trunk electric lock actutator worn out or open circuit.

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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  • 4 Move the switch on the door to the lock position while the door is open.
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    --------------------------------------------------------------
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    How
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    www.limotec.co.uk

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