Q: How do I manually open the trunk?

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How do I manually open the trunk?

Manually opening the trunk is very easy: 1. Make sure that the doors are unlocked. 2. Use your hand to press the touchpad on the trunk, which is located directly above the license plate. 3. Lift up on the liftgate until it is opened. To close the trunk, simply push down on the liftgate until the trunk is closed. Be sure to not press the touchpad while closing the trunk.

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