Exactly. I’ve often opened (popped) my frunk and walked away and come back and it’s locked on the secondary. Try it and see!There is a secondary latch. The primary and secondary disengage when you pop the frunk. The secondary re-engages if you wait too long to open the frunk. (you can hear the latch motor when it does)
If you look down the striker, you can see both latches.
It would be nice if the secondary latch had a manual disengage like most car's hoods. My secondary stopped working so I can't open my frunk until mobile service fixes it. If the manual disengage was there then it would not affect me at all.
I got my frunk fixed 6 days later. Mobile service received the part in the mail and scheduled a visit with me to fix it at my house. I picked the day and time that worked for me.How long did that take?
I am away on vacation, and now a small carry on size piece of luggage is stuck in the frunk.
My secondary solenoid had failed (the one towards the passenger side of the car).
Yeah, I’ve had the latest browser software register phantom tapping in the wrong spots recently.So I know this is an old post but I still worry about the way the hood latch works
Today I’m sitting in the car using the web browser to look for flights. I go to type in the date and the cursor moves over to the left off the browser screen. Then when I hit my next key stroke I hear the frunk pop open.
Some type of glitch as the cursor was moved off screen over the the left panel where the car display is .