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The drain hole in the evap housing is probably plugged. After a heavy rain, follow the directions for evap core cleaning in Techinfo. Just to open the core. Look inside, and see if it'* holding water. If it does, and overfills, it will spill out mostly on the passenger side, and sometimes on the driver'* side. You may have to crawl under the car, find the drain hole, and unplug it. There might very well be alot of debris in there.
For your trunk, lubricate the shaft of the unlock solonoid with WD-40, and a light grease on the latch bar and jaws. You might have a slight misalignment in the latch assembly, as well. If the lube job doesn't work, try adjusting the latch assembly. 2 10mm bolts under the trunk lid carpet.
Replace your coolant level sensor.