2014 Cruz with 10K miles, bought in January 2014, has done a lot of sitting in garage, driven daily the last few months.
Wife calls in a panic, trunk won't open with fob or pushing the button by the trunk. Dash says trunk open. Restarting car several times makes no difference.
Makes an appointment with dealer for the afternoon.
Drives on rough road under construction, problem goes away.
"Scheduler" person tells her they can't really do anything unless the problem is happening, advises she cancel the appointment.
What to do? Is there a TSB on this? I saw some other threads about trunks opening on their own, of course this seems to be the opposite. Is there some adjustment? Can crud get into some sensor? It rained here last night, car is kept in garage at night, humidity is going way up and down with strange weather (coastal southern California). I'm guessing "trunk open" warnings aren't logged anywhere.
I can no longer do any work on cars myself. Wife is extremely picky about cars working reliably and flawlessly.