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Q: How do I close the trunk?

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How do I close the trunk?

A: Closing the trunk is very easy. Here’s how ...

Closing the trunk is very easy. Here’s how to do it easily and safely: 1. Locate the trunk inner handle, which is on the inside of the trunk, near the latch. 2. Pull the trunk down with the handle until it is nearly closed. 3. Push the trunk closed from the outside, with force, until it latches fully into place.

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