what do i have to do to make the trunk open ellectrically?

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Asked by Feb 16, 2013 at 09:36 AM about the 2001 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 320 Coupe

Question type: General

the trunk will only open with the key.

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Is there a specific button on your fob that has the trunk symbol on it? I am guessing that there is. And if every other thing on your fob works try the fuse for the trunk open circuit

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half way down on right, says 8, 21 click on image to enlarge

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On older models of Mercedes you can reset many functions of vehicle by using the key to unlock doors from the passenger side. You turn amd hold the key in the unlock position until you hear all the locks unlock. Remove the key and try to open the trunk with the remote. You may have to repeat the passenger door lock two or three times. It's worth a try.

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