Question about 1992 Cadillac Eldorado
Most...note the word most of the release units are mounted directly to the latch assy. Some are remotly mounted and use a release cable. Check near the latch for the release mechanism.
The clicking of the box is a good thing that means power is making it back that far. You did not mention the location of the box but if it is near the latch then it is most likely part of the mechanism. If it is mounted away from the latch then it is a module and wires should come out of it and run up the trunk to the release. if in doubt...pull out the trunk latch after marking the location of its mounting. Looking at the back side of the latch should make things clearer as to how the release works. With it out you could check for power at the release. If power is there you will need a new release. (kinda sounds like your problem)
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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