Well i dunno about you but my dad's does, my three other friends do and my GF's SI also does.Peteex said:96-00' coupes don't have automatic trunk releases, but I don't see why an accords wouldn't work, except for maybe the civics keyless enty system isn't wired for it.
I believe you may have an aftermarket alarm with it or someone installed it already after you bought the car used. I know for a fact that no Civics have a automatic trunk release with the Keyless entry. Second clue would be on the remote, there would be a button for the trunk such as the accords do.KoolAsian said:Well i dunno about you but my dad's does, my three other friends do and my GF's SI also does.
So...... 2000's do.
Well, I am not sure with that. Why, well, I have an aftermarket alarm on my SI and it wasn't hard at all to install the motor into it. Also to run the wire from the motor to the main wire harness/brain. But I don't know about the factory stuff. Besides, I believe my girlfriend likes everything the way it is but just wanted the trunk to pop is all.Biff said:Civics use a cable-operated trunk release. Getting a powered trunk release would require installation of a servo which would physically trip the latch in the rear (or grab the cable somewhere along the line and yank on it). Either way, it wouldn't be a cheap installation, nor would the servo be cheap. Not to mention wiring a transmitter of some sort to open the trunk remotely.
IMO, not worth it.