Q: How do I manually release the trunk?

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How do I manually release the trunk?

If a discharged battery is keeping the trunk from being able to open, you can manually open it. Just follow these steps: 1. Enter the trunk area through the main cabin. 2. Use a safe and suitable tool to remove the center cover on the inside of the trunk lid. 3. Push the Release lever to the right, until the trunk opens.

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