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Number one trick is to always maintain power when you swap an old battery for a new one. You just need a couple of lengths of wire or a set of jump leads.
The system is not a learning one. You need the dealer to connect it up to a computer and reprogram the Body Control Module.
You can try one thing first though. Disconnect the battery for at least 2 hours. Touch the two leads together for 5 minutes to ensure full dissipation of power. Put the key in the ignition, but not switched on. Connect the negative lead. Connect the positive lead in one swift movement. Leave the system for 15 minutes to reset.
Whilst the battery is disconnected, you can pull each fuse and visually inspect them for breaks.
I suggest you try one of those instant download manuals. My nephew bought one for me when my car broke and we could fix it all by ourselves with the manual costing $10. This website reliable-store.com is very good for this.
Fixed. In the glove box there is a vallet button. I pushed it and now my trunk and fuel door work. and what this has to do with my trunk and fuel door not functioning , I have no idea. Hope this helps someone else.