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Old 09-09-2013, 08:21 AM   #1
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Rear trunk Emergency Release Cable??

I an recent owner of a 2000 Porshe Boxster that I love. My question concerns an Emergency Rear Trunk release cable and whether I have one.

IF I have a solenoid operated rear trunk releast ( it is broken ) and the normal door sill release cable ( it is broken ) do I still have an Emergency Release Cable ?

I tried to find by taking off the driver rear tire and tire well ...I looked all over and could not locate . I feared that maybe with having the solenoid that maybe I do not have an emergency release cable. I cant figure our what the heck I am going to do if I don't . I need top off the oil

Please help if you have any insight and THANK you so much for your help !!

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Old 09-09-2013, 08:43 AM   #2
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did you check the owners manual? What did it say?
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Trimer,

Thanks for your reply. Nothing was said either way about it in the Owners Manual that is why I was asking if anyone knew. I searched the board , (and might have missed seeing the question asked before), but did not see my question answered
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The rear emergency release cable is behind the wheel well liner. See this thread...

Access rear trunk release cable - Fixya

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