I opened my trunk by accident in the house with my keypad...

Q: I opened my trunk by accident in the house with my keypad, can I lock it back using the keypad?

asked by on May 27, 2017

Can I lock my trunk BACK with the keypad

You cannot use the remote to close a trunk after you have opened it. You will need to close it manually.

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