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Nissan Tiida 2007 Hatchback Trunk issue

Hi all,

From 2 days ago, I cannot open the trunk of my Nissan Tiida 2007 Hatchback even if I unlock all the doors using the central lock remote which works properly.
There is no issue with the four other doors.
I am suspecting an electrical problem,especially about fuse.
Does someone knows where is located the fuse for the rear back TAILGATE BOOT TRUNK CENTRAL LOCK MECHANISM?
Below are the pics of the mechanism and the switch to open the trunk.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Regards,

Charlemagne (Johannesburg, South Africa)
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Hi all,

From 2 days ago, I cannot open the trunk of my Nissan Tiida 2007 Hatchback even if I unlock all the doors using the central lock remote which works properly.
There is no issue with the four other doors.
I am suspecting an electrical problem,especially about fuse.
Does someone knows where is located the fuse for the rear back TAILGATE BOOT TRUNK CENTRAL LOCK MECHANISM?
Below are the pics of the mechanism and the switch to open the trunk.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Regards,

Charlemagne (Johannesburg, South Africa)
My wife had the same issue with her 2009 sedan, did all the usual tests on the fuses and wires and then found out that the controller module for the operation of the electronic trunk lock was located inside the passenger side door. and I really had no way of testing it with any of my diagnostic tools. If you have a manual lock on the trunk door just use the key to open it. If you don't have a manual lock, then you may have to take it to the dealer to have it looked at.
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