were is the trunk button for this car

Asked by Feb 09, 2014 at 06:23 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Hold the unlock switch to the left for a couple seconds. It's the bottom switch on the driver's side door panel.

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U my friend rock.I can't believe it was that easy. I had broke my truck lock an couldn't open truck with key so I had to tie sting to the emergency pull wire inside truck to open it every time.into I seen this post.an it works same for my 2004 as well thx u again

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U my friend rock.I can't believe it was that easy. I had broke my trunk lock an couldn't open trunk with key so I had to tie sting to the emergency pull wire inside trunk to open it every time.into I seen this post.an it works same for my 2004 as well thx u again

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My 2000 Bonneville has a trunk release button in the glove box.

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Man he just blessed my soul with this..I been having problems with my lock but u just gave me life with that

thanks a mil........

Life Saver Thnx!!

Thank you

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I have a 2007 Grand Prix and you can use either the driver or passenger door to open the trunck by holding down the lock button.

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