how to open trunk when battery is down on a chrsler 300

Asked by Feb 23, 2013 at 11:23 AM about the 2006 Chrysler 300 C

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

battery is down can't open trunk.

8 Answers

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Put the key in the lock and turn it? It does have a manual lock, doesn't it?

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Yes put the key in the driver's side door handle and unlock the door. To get into the trunk fold down rear seat and pull the safety latch in the trunk under the trunk lid. Hopefully there is not a lot of junk in there to get to the safety latch. You can also open the front hood and boost the battery from engine bay. Good luck

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elect. lock, no key way will check to see if can go thru. back seat, don't know

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thanks

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jump post under the hood. on pass side?

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it works, thanks

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where is the safety latch? thought it would have one, dont see one not shown in owners manual either

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