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Old 02-28-2008, 08:50 PM
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so THAT'S where the trunk release is?!?!

Yeah, so I got my car back in December and up until earlier this week I always thought it was odd that the car didn't have a trunk release button in the car itself. I had to keep using the key fob trunk release in order to do it. So anyway, I was putting things in that little drawer thing on the left side and I finally noticed it...what a dumb place to put the trunk release, AND on top of that you can barely see it. Oh well, now I know where is.
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haha yeah some of the old mustangs have them in the glovebox, its stupid
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i kinda like that where it is in that location
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Well yeah i like the cobalts, i meant i dont like the mustangs lol whoops i wasnt clear
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that's nothing, on the old suzuki sidekicks, the hood release is in the glove box!!!!
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Lol i had the same problem when i got mine. Only for like 4 days though. I think its cool how its all incognito.
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Old 03-02-2008, 10:18 PM
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It's a cigarette stash/trunk pop cover.

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Well some of us are forced to buy used cars, most of which dont come with an owners manual.
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It's a cigarette stash/trunk pop cover.

READ YOUR OWNERS MANUAL! Seriously, it can help you understand the expensive car you've bought so your investment will last.


pssh....screw the owner's manual. That's what other people and forums are for.:o

Owner's Manual comes last on my list.
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pssh....screw the owner's manual. That's what other people and forums are for.:o

Owner's Manual comes last on my list.
Owner's manual is your friend! Or you can get an account created at the mygmlink website, and have access to all of the service info and owners manual online.
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