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it is more than likely that the lock solenoid is not working,or the wires going to it are broken inside the trunk,also.alot of mercedes models have air operated locks that is controlled by a main box with air lines running to it .remove the liner on the left side of the trunk and take a look and make sure the vacuum lines are not pinched or broken.
itis in one of the front sams(fuse boxes). I believe your fuse schematic is located in the l side of the dash-open door ad on the corner there is a plastic cover. pop it out with screw driver and you should see your fuse and relay grid folded in a square. If it is not there it should be in your tool kit in the trunk.
hello,you have a 203 model ,trunk compartment left side,lower dashboard leftside,engine room,right side,standing in front or you can order a fuse designation,size of one bond paper with part number 2035450200,ty
I have the same issue (battery is completely dead in my 1998 Mercedes C280 and I can't pop open the trunk). I looked under the hood and have no idea where the positive charging post would be - can anyone help me find it? Thanks