Question about 2001 Ford Focus
Your problem intrigued me, so I went out to my Focus in the drive and made an attempt to break into the trunk form inside the car. Here is what I came up with. Get a 3/8 inch thick board about 4 feet long, and make a couple of wooden wedges tapered from nothing to ten inches long. Pieces of 2 by 4 work well. On my sedan, the release mechanism is in the top corner of the trunk on the passenger side. From inside the car put a wedge in between the seats about half way down. If you are a contortionist and you have a good flashlight, you should be able to see the release button and get a good idea where to aim your board to push it. I was able to do it but I had the luxury of knowing exactly where it was. Tell me if it works. P.S. If you have a lot of junk in your trunk, this probably won't work.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
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