I just drove from the Seattle area to Vancouver BC area today. Upon reaching the hotel, I popped the frunk and while it was ajar, I could not open it. The latch closer to me was stuck. I called ownership twice and they gave me 3 techniques, the last one worked. I thought I post this info so others can benefit. 1. Press the key fob to open frunk while you are at the frunk ready to pull it when it pops. Did not work for me. 2. Use manual pull under glove compartment by one person and another at the frunk ready to pull it when it pops. Did not work for me. I wedge my fingers to feel around the 2 latches and the back one was unlatched, the one closer to me was not releasing. The above 2 techniques did not affect the closer latch 3. While frunk is ajar, feel to the left of latch and press down rectangular button (about 2 inch wide by 0.25 inch), then press down frunk cover down as much as possible without hurting fingers. By pressing down frunk cover, it allows the button to be pressed further down, thus releasing the latch. It was a difficult manouver as it required a lot of finger strength to press down while fingers are compressed by the frunk. I did it around 10 times until I was able to open it. If I was home, I would not have tried as hard and brought the car to the service center or wait for Ranger service instead. - - - Updated - - - I never noticed the frunk button there so I recommend that you check it out while your frunk is opened. I will post photos of the frunk button after it is repaired since the frunk is stuck again. It is empty so I don't really care that it is stuck for now.maybe someone else can post the picture too. BTW, has anyone had a stuck frunk before?