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Q: How do I open the trunk?

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How do I open the trunk?

A: It is very easy to unlock the trunk. When t...

It is very easy to unlock the trunk. When the doors are unlocked, press the tailgate release button, and then lift the trunk up. Be sure to lift the trunk all the way open, or it may begin to close due to its weight. When opened all the way, the trunk can stay open without your support.

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