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Trunk automatic opener opens when you try to start it and the engine wont turn over the battery is low so we are replacing it could a low battery cause the trunk to open by its self

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Not likely, but electronics does have its own attitude.

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All electrical users are dependent on battery condition; the starter draws 120-200 amps of current and drops even a good battery down a volt or two.
The tolerance of such niceties as the door locks and trunk release are also dependent on the battery and the voltage and current needs for them to perform can vary widely so if the battery is low, many items will cease to operate properly, the starter first and foremost since its needs are way beyond the load represented by the accessories.
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