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      02-13-2013, 06:15 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by KellerKiller View Post
I've found that the distance from you to the bumper is most important. Pretty sure it uses the parking sensors on the bumper to register the movement. That's why it only works when the doors are locked and the car is off. other wise all the asshole tailgaters may pop your trunk. lol

Anyway, you just have to make sure your kick is not inside the range of the center two sensors. That's what's done it for me. Prior to figuring that out, I failed miserable several times. lol
Absolutely. Distance is critical and also snap the leg back fairly briskly. I even graze the bumper a tad with the top of my foot. That must tickle the car some and makes it pop the trunk easier.
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