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My trunk latch.

I have a Porsche Boxter S and went to open the rear trunk release, and instead of pulling up on the latch in the door well I pushed it down and it broke loose and fell in the door well. I cant seem to reach it to reattach. Any ideas. its just loose in the door well.

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