Dead battery

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Asked by Apr 11, 2016 at 04:56 PM about the 2004 Lincoln LS V8 Ultimate

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My battery is dead and I can't get to the battery in
the trunk since it's dead!!! How do I get to the
battery?!

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The simple easy way is to plug into the cigarette lighter / power portwith a cord for charging, you might have to buy the necessary USB to 9v battery connector or create your own. Another method is to use a battery jump-pack and use its power port to connect directly to your LS's power port, all you need is the correct cable.

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Use the key to open the trunk.

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@bob I would have if that actually worked...have you owned one of these cars before?

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@auto_centric thanks for the info! But I figured another simple way to get a charge long enough to pop the trunk.

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Holly, Perhaps I wrongfully assumed that there was a trunk key similar to my Mercury Marauder. Is there a key or did it just not work?

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@bob I'm uncertain if there is an actual trunk key for this car, but I did end up getting in the trunk! Now, 5 months later, I've ended up closing the trunk with the battery unhooked like an idiot...I'm currently searching for a way in that does not require electricity :( there is no pull lever inside of the car to get in from behind the seat either...stupid, stupid car.

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