|Location: ||Perth, Australia|
|Can't post the photo as the pics are bigger than 100k but if you're interested email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll email. I'd recommedn installing a cable release - it's a really simple job, even for the mechanically challenged like me. I just used a length of bicycle brake cable, and attached it to the actuator that releases the lock by drilling a small hole in it. The cable fits nicely inside the bracing for the trunk lid, and it's easy to feed the cable into the front. You trip the lock open by just pulling on the steel bit of the cable (or fit a small lever if you like).
I only used the cable release now.