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  1. Hi all - noob here. Just purchased an '86 505s. So I have a couple of questions. First, the trunk lock works but only if you "know the trick", and I can't seem to learn it. The key turns, but nothing happens - apparently it's a simple matter of pushing the button in at just the right moment as you turn the key. So my question is whether this push-button style lock was originally supposed to pop the trunk without a key if it's unlocked? Because that is the behavior I want - I have no need to lock the trunk. I'd prefer to just unlock it and use the push-button to open the trunk. So if that's the original behavior, I will just have to get a new lock, and there is one up on eBay. Otherwise, I'll have to rig something up. Second, is there a way into the trunk without a key? I mean, I have the key but it does me no good since I can't learn the "trick". Finally, does anyone know of a good Peugeot repair shop in Maryland? I live just south of Baltimore. Thanks!
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