How to get into a lincoln ls with a dead batter and no key

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Asked by May 14, 2015 at 10:55 PM about the 2006 Lincoln LS Sport

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The key will not work and the battery is dead..which is in the trunk..How do I enter the vehicle?

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Under hood there should be a red plastic cover with a positive symbol + connect a jumper cable here! Connect the other cable to a metal ground ( negative - ) do not connect to AC LINES OR NEGATIVE WIRES THEN CHARGE THE BATTERY (SO KEY WILL WORK) using a battery charger

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How do I get under the hood if I cannot get into the car to pull the hood ? Is there an option from outside?

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Then your only solution is to contact the dealership ! Get a key to open the trunk! Will probably cost less than the extreme solution ! Tearing out your grill to access the release cable to the hood latch in order to open the hood

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