2014 ford focus trunk wont open

Asked by Sep 18, 2016 at 08:14 PM about the 2014 Ford Focus SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

It only opens when you pull the  
emergency release tag.. I've changed the  
fuses.

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22,985

Is it not opening with the key or the the opener at the drivers seat?

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possible latch actuator

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10

The wiring harness is tight and the wires break in the trunk. Open the trunk using your emergency latch and solder the wires back together on the right side of your trunk. This will fix your open switch as well as the third brake light

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10

Is there a way to replace the entire wire assembly? All of the wires have cracked or completely separated and I'm not having good luck getting them sliced together.

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22,985

Most auto's have separate junction areas that do un-plug from the main wire harness. Like engine harness, Cabin harness, Rear/trunk harness ect. Find where yours is and replace it.

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