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Use the manual release inside the trunk under the side carpet, after the door is released have someone push the release button and see if the little pin pulls back, if it does put a drop of oil on it and see if it cures the problem, I have seen this many times. If the pin doesn't pull back when the button is pressed replaced the gas door electric solenoid.
if the seloniod is ok on the trunk release and if you are mechanically inclined pull the trunk release button from the glovebox and jump between the two wires on the connector, that should open the trunk