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Where is the central locking unit .

The boot wont release via key or boot buttons. I have checked the latch mech and its OK.12 v coming to active mech will only give a pulse. Not long enough to run the small motor to open the latch.

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The did away with the central locking module. It's all built into the BCM now. That small motor is a solenoid, that's probably your problem. It only takes a moment of charge to open it.

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