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Sometimes you will find a button inside the Glovebox. This is an Electric trunklid release. Some of the models had controls on the lower drivers door along with the Gasflap release. It depends on the Series that you have. The S, and GS, had less features than the LS model.
You can go to a Locksmith and they have a box of keys and will try them until one opens your trunk. Then you can have a key made to match your lock.
I don't believe the inside releases were made standard in 1992.
Check under the steering column. There should be a yellow button. That should open the trunk. Might be better to get on your knee's to find it. Took me a while to find it, but it is there or should be.
You may be able to get to the latch mechanism by removing the back seat.
On some models there was an inside trunk release, was that not an option on yours?
Another option is to contact a locksmith to open, and rekey the lock for you. This will probably be least expensive if you take the car to the locksmith for the work to me done.
3rd option, take the car to a dealer, and they might be able to create a new key for you by running the VIN tag coding.