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SOURCE: locked keys in trunk bmw 525
actually this kind of cars are kind of hard to open, i recomend you to look for a mobile locksmith guy, you should be hable to fin one here on this page, just go to main page and scroll down and on the bottomm left type your zip code and find your man,
or try contacting the dealer for any ideas
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
SOURCE: LOCKED KEYS
I guess this is the beauty of ONSTAR. If you are an original owner, you can go to your Chevy dealer with ID , and they'll make you a key. So much for the CLEAN way , now, you can try with a slim jim, or with power door locks, and if you are good with a hanger wire , try reaching the door lock UNLOCK switch. Its tricky but do able. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Hiya, same thing happened to me with my e39 2yrs ago. Keys were stuck in boot for 2days, in the end I sussed out how to get them.......you have to take off the reg plate, then, with a pencil, drag a line from where the key goes in down to the catch where the boot actually locks. Then you drill a hole anywhere along that line, this will give you access to the bar that connects the locking mechanism, just put a long nosed pliers into the hole and pull the bar, and bingo the boot opens!
Posted on May 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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