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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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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.
 

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

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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thats funny... i did the same thing.. but it only took me a week to find it.. i just though it was a fuse box there, untill i noticed the picture on the outside of a trunk open... i guess they put pictures on things for us stupid people..lol
 

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Yeah it was about a week before I realized what was going on...
 
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