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Mercedes e220cdi 2001

I have a similar problem, i left me car as normal over night and in the morning my battery wnt flt, i got into the car, but the boot wont release nor open, the manual way with the key in the back the lock is broken, so s there any other way? cheers

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You can use a slim Jim or get a mechanic to open the door for you. If the battery went dead check to see if your altanator is good and once it's started pull bulb out of glove box compartment and see if that keeps the battery from going dead. Aslo remove the trunk Light to test.

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