Question about 2005 Lexus ES330
Your Valet cancel switch is set.
Open your glovebox and you will see a pushbutton on the the left side, if memory serves. When this button is set, the power button will be disabled, but the key fob button will still work.
This is for when you Valet your car, you push the cancel button in the glovebox, lock the glovebox, then give the Valet your Valet key, which will not open the trunk or the glovebox. Voila, no Valet rummaging through your trunk :)
Often full gloveboxes will be the cause of the button getting pushed accidentally.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
Maybe previously someone in your car has pushed the knob button inside of your glove box by accident that has disabled your trunk button, therefore Open your glove box, and you will see the knob button in the left side of the glove box, press in the knob button in order to activate the trunk button underneath the dashboard.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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