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Keys locked in trunk, inside latch wont work ?


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I saw a couple of your posts about this topic and thought you might be able to help me? My keys are locked in the trunk and my cable relese on the car broke ?!$@. I have read a few posts that talk about fishing with a wire under the drivers side tail light, tried did not work. I read your post about cable under drivers rear fender cover, still can't find. My car looks different that the one in your post. is that a 911 or boxter? any help on exact location of cable for a 99 boxster?

It is so sunny and nice out, must drive boxster bad !! HELP

Thanks Jerry

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I can only address the 99 996...but they should be the same. Take off the sidelight on the passenger's side...it will be the orange or the clear if you changed it out....get a flashlight and look into the hole behind the sidelight and see if you can spot a braided silver wire up in the area at the back of the headlight. There is an emergency release cable there in case your battery dies....You have to get a hooked piece of wire and try to fish that cable out the hole so you pull on it. It's connected to the trunk release.

Good luck. My latch actually broke when I had all sorts of groceries in there and the cable release wouldn't work....took three days to finally take off the front bumper and get in. Needless to say the groceries were toasted.

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Front or rear trunk?

"I saw a couple of your posts about this topic and thought you might be able to help me? My keys are locked in the trunk and my cable relese on the car broke ?!$@. I have read a few posts that talk about fishing with a wire under the drivers side tail light, tried did not work. I read your post about cable under drivers rear fender cover, still can't find. My car looks different that the one in your post. is that a 911 or boxter? any help on exact location of cable for a 99 boxster?

It is so sunny and nice out, must drive boxster bad !! HELP"

i'm going to guess it's the rear trunk. ;)

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