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crmjr
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crmjr,

Been a while since our ES330 but check to see if there is a specific fuse for the trunk. Next step would be to pull the inner trunk back panel and disconnect the wiring harness to the latch assembly and see if applying 12 volts to the latch connector opens the latch. If it doesn't, you have the culprit. If it does open, you'll have to trace back the wiring from the latch to the two trunk switches up front, and then check out the two switches themselves. Good Luck!

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