Hey Guys, Yesterday I opened my trunk with the key fob and put a couple of items in the trunk and when I tried to close it, it wouldn't latch. I checked it and even though I could hear the actuator click, the latch wasn't releasing. Well, being the cheap bastard, I mean frugal person, that I am. I took it apart and after about an hour of monkeying around with it, discovered that a piece was broken. Out came the JB Weld and as of this morning, I have a perfectly working trunk release once again. It was really a very simple fix once I discovered what was broken. I didn't take photos, but should have. If anyone runs into this problem, I can most likely walk you through the repair. The main thing is to make sure you don't use too much JB Weld. That would keep the piece from rotating. I used some wheel bearing grease under the pivot point to make it move freely. Time will tell if my repair will work, but it saved me about $60 or so, looking at the latch for sale on the internet. I knew something was up as I kept having to pull the release lever harder and harder to manually open it. Once again, cheap plastic. If it breaks again, I'll fab up a piece of aluminum to repair it.