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Im not sure if im missing something here. I accidentally left my lights on last night and now my battery is dead. No problem, i have jumper cables in the trunk.... except theres no key, and the battery is too dead to pop the latch. am i missing something here? is there another way into the trunk or did volkswagen drop the ball here.
Use the key to open the driver side door lock, then access the backseats, go through the pass through and grab the cablesSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Use the key to open the driver side door lock, then access the backseats, go through the pass through and grab the cablesSent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
your middle seat has a pass through. fold down the middle arm rest, remove the little door and reach into the trunk... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
your middle seat has a pass through. fold down the middle arm rest, remove the little door and reach into the trunk... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Correct me if I"m wrong but isn"t there a latch on the single back seat for it to fold down?Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
Correct me if I"m wrong but isn"t there a latch on the single back seat for it to fold down?Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk
Yes on top of the rear deck on the drivers side theres a slot you can put your key in and push it sideways to unlatch the rear seat.
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Yes on top of the rear deck on the drivers side theres a slot you can put your key in and push it sideways to unlatch the rear seat.
Thanks for the info!! I figured there had to be a way in otherwise getting the in trunk roadside kit is kind of pointless. I was able to get into my car by turning everything off and letting it sit ~ an hour. Then i was able to use the switch to pop the trunk. Its good to know there is a worse case scenario method.
Thanks for the info!! I figured there had to be a way in otherwise getting the in trunk roadside kit is kind of pointless. I was able to get into my car by turning everything off and letting it sit ~ an hour. Then i was able to use the switch to pop the trunk. Its good to know there is a worse case scenario method.

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Your car also definitely has a middle armrest with a middle pass through. Every VW since the early 2000s has that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Your car also definitely has a middle armrest with a middle pass through. Every VW since the early 2000s has that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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Thanks for the info!! I figured there had to be a way in otherwise getting the in trunk roadside kit is kind of pointless. I was able to get into my car by turning everything off and letting it sit ~ an hour. Then i was able to use the switch to pop the trunk.Its good to know there is a worse case scenario method.
Y"all I have been trying for almost a year to get into the trunk of my Jetta S after my sister"s neighbor backed up her driveway into it, smashing the trunk in a way that won"t open, yet somehow the backup camera still works...I could not get my tacklebox and hoops and roadkit and cables out, no spare tire, nothing. My dad tried, my uncle worked for a car dealership for years, he couldn"t get into it. And finally I have found the magic trick! Thank you ever so much for all of your help and to the original poster for asking. Respectfully,a happier Arkansas gal
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