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should lock and unlock but as to popping the hatch depends on options on vehicle and fob programming some fobs have the open button which would be an option look in owners manual it explains how to use fob
I take it that this is the only door that does not work. This being the case does the door sound as if the electric motor is working inside the door? When you try to unlock with the key does the key turn and nothing happens? If this be the case then a plastic clip that joins the key lock arm and the lockmechanism is likly to be broken requiring trim removall and replacing parts not very expensive but hard to get out. I find removing four bolts holding seat in position and removing the seat is the easy way
Do you mean it won't start, or won't crank. You should have a neutral safety switch between the key switch and the starter to prevent you from cranking the engine in drive or reverse. A defective switch would keep the engine from cranking. A mechanic would check for voltage at the starter on the wire from the key switch and go from there.