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There is a sensor that tells the car whether the trunk is closed or open. That sensor is either bad or the piece has snapped off allowing the pressure off of it. Replace that sensor and you will solve the problem. Should be located somewhere along the perimeter of the trunks seal when you open the trunk.
Posted on Apr 01, 2015
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