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Doors lock without pressing button. wiring

Doors lock without pressing button. wiring problems with trunk. trunk won't release with key or door button.

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1.doors will lock when you start engine,(autolock)
2.are you using service key in trunk lock? it wont go in all the way,(try another key)
3.have you tried turning key fully to the left then button release/turn key fully to right then button release,(valet lock)
Still have a problem?please feel free.....
car supplied with 3x keys and 2x remotes when new...

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