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2014 Cayman Engine Lid won't open. Help!!!!!

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The engine lid will not open. The remote key will not work. When I press the remote key, tail lights just flash.
When I pull the trunk lever switch located next to the driver's seat, nothing happens. No sounds, no clicks. I tried disconnecting/reconnecting the battery, no luck.
Is there is a fuse for the engine lid?
The front hood lid works fine.
Is there another way to pop open the engine lid? Help!!!!!

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  • 7 months later...

It my be like my turbo, I had the same issue. First off are you sure that the battery is charged, will the car start? If not next In your fuse panel (on the drivers side) lift the cover and look for a red looking fuse just above the 40 amp fuse it’s a post pull it out slowly. At this point you’ll need a pair of jumper cables and access to a 12 volt car battery. Connect the negative side to the car at any point and then the positive side to that red post. Now you should be able to hit the switch and open the trunk.

Good luck!!

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