Question about 2000 Porsche Boxster
I am having the same issue, this is the dumbest thing ever to not have a manual release cable where the battery resides... Duh hmmm what if the battery is dead and you need the battery power to release the electrical solenoid to get to the battery to either charge or replace? Then you find instructions that say to use a 12V battery or power sourse and a jumper wire and jump it to fuse C3 C is the 3rd row down and 3 is the 3rd fuse in from the left. So I did as it said and I get bells to chime and lights on, but my trunk will not release. The stupidity of this set up is so frustrating. Any other options and suggestions I dont know about would be of use, thank you...
Posted on Jan 20, 2014
You have to have a key
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