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Old 02-12-2008, 07:38 PM   #11
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Yea Im stumped, must have been something pretty clever.
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you unfolded the clip and put in the gap between the glovebox and dash and pushed the button?
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There must be a relay that you could jumper.
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There must be a relay that you could jumper.
DING! DING! DING! DING! DING!

We have a winner... Too bad there'* no prize

Blownville & viper8907, you're both very very close as well!

Okay...

Remove the rear seat bottom.
Remove fuse block cover.
Remove Relay #52.
Short the CORRECT two cavities with a paperclip.
Watch with amazement as the trunk pops open.
Replace Relay, Cover and Seat.
Retrieve keys, carry on.
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Thats pretty much what I meant, I was just too general, dang it! haha thats good thinking though!
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Although I'm a little embarrassed to say, this is now the second time OnStar has saved my hide
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wait, Onstar gave you that idea? That impressive if they did!
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wait, Onstar gave you that idea? That impressive if they did!
No, but they gave me access to my rear fuse block
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Ahh, I guess i wasnt sure if the doors were even locked. and its not embarrasing, its just making your onstar subscription worthwhile.
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Couldn't you just fold the seats down??

Oh wait a tick! You can't!!!

(just kidding, just kidding...)
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