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  • cmgosha May 19, 2011

    the car is mercedes s 500 2000 model

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What year and model is the car.

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    Kori Policy May 19, 2011

    This is going to be the solenoid/actuator inside the liner in the trunk. Just like a door lock actuator they can fail. Call SilverStar Porsche/Mercedes recycling in Fresno, CA (866)307-7300. They have GOOD used parts and if I ever got a bad one, they sent me a good one.

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