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anybody know which fuse is the one that controls power to the trunk lid release?

I can't find a fuse so labled.
 

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anybody know which fuse is the one that controls power to the trunk lid release?

I can't find a fuse so labled.
There is no single fuse that runs the trunk opener.
The body ECU controls it.

Make sure you dont have the TRUNK LOCK SWITCH in the lock position.
Its the one in the glove box. If it's locked the truck lock wont work remotely.
 

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There is no single fuse that runs the trunk opener.
The body ECU controls it.

Make sure you dont have the TRUNK LOCK SWITCH in the lock position.
Its the one in the glove box. If it's locked the truck lock wont work remotely.
Thanks for the reply. As it turns out, I had pressed the valet button in the glovebox, and that is why the trunk would not work---you were right on.

I never had a car with this feature---none of my vehicles had a trunk come to think of it---all pickups, minivans, and old VW vans. Live and learn I guess. Thanks again.
 

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some how the trunk lock switch was in the lock position. If I had read the owners manual I probably had known about the switch.
thanks to mustang67408 for the info. much appreciated.
 

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There is no single fuse that runs the trunk opener.
The body ECU controls it.

Make sure you dont have the TRUNK LOCK SWITCH in the lock position.
Its the one in the glove box. If it's locked the truck lock wont work remotely.
Thank you for the information. I spent some time looking over each fuse and could not find a burn out one. The lock button on my 2006 Avalon was on the left side of the glove box crevice.
 
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