Dead battery, doors won't open manually. Key turns both ways on both sides.. Latches don't move. I'm dead in the water
Thank youThere is no mechanical connection between the lock cylinder and the door opener, this connection is purely electrical and therefore dead when the battery is empty. What you describe here is unfortunately a major weakness in the Granturismo, a big problem.
I would contact a Maserati workshop directly.
Got it... Will trySorry typo...
Get in your TRUNK/boot to jump the battery... You can remove the chrome trim to open the trunk..
Thank youI had the same issue after returning from a trip. I was locked out for two weeks. I finally decided I would "fabricate" a tool. I manually pushed the window down to it's door open level, wedged a thick piece of foam between the roof and window, then slid the tool in and popped the door handle out to open from the inside. I took a steel rod from the bottom of our baby bouncer and used my vice to bend the two ends with a slight bend in the middle. I can post a pic if you think it will help. I did no damage to the car whatsoever. A lot of trial and error but I can do it in under 30 secs now.
I was just thinking about you guys the other day. So I had a toll truck lockout service come. He was able to you the same tool to open the door. Once the door was opened I was able to pull the cord to get into the truck to jump the battery. Once I got the car started I drove straight to the dealership and purchased a new battery. I've good. Thank-you guys for the support.