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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Locked my keys in the car.
sharpen end of coat hanger, bend with wire cutters first to be a hook of sorts, then clip at an angle to dig into the plastic of the door lock pull by the glass. You will have to shape the hanger a bit, can go in through a the driver's door if you pull hard on the door (and wedge with something to hold it open a little while you work), or through a rear side window if it can be opened a little.
Worked several times for me. A Slim Jim does too.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
I have the same problem, just wondering if the alarm is going to go off, or will I have to deal with the embaressment.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
BE EXTREMELY CAREFUL!! pull top of door out with your fingers and wedge something in the gap. doesnt have to be a huge gap just enough to get a hanger or whatever you choose to use. if it has lock button you can directly push with hanger or whatever. if no button you can bend a hook on hanger and snag door lock and pull open. good luck!! BE CAREFUL, DO NOT PULL DOOR TO FAR. JUST ENOUGH AS NEEDED. let me know how it goes!!!
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Don't use that use slimjim available from auto parts and place it around the middle area of the window. Make sure the tool is between the glass and the wheather stripping with the hook towards you. Rock it left to right while slowly pulling up to catch the door release cable. Once snagged, pull it slowly until you hear a clunk. No need to push tool all the way to bottom because the cable is about 10" from the weather stripping.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
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Straighten out the metal coat hanger and bend one end of the hanger into
a hook shape. Make the hook about one inch.
Place the end of the metal coat hanger with the hook on it between the
window and the frame. Place the hanger 1/2 an inch behind the door handle
toward the the edge of the door closest to the rear door.
Push the hanger down about two feet into the door frame. Pull up on the
hanger until you feel the hook catch onto the metal arm inside the door frame
that controls the lock. You may have to try a few times before the hook catches
the metal arm.
Pull up on the hanger once the hook has connected to the metal arm until
the door lock unlocks. The lock handle on the inside of the car will move once
you have connected the hook to the metal arm that controls the door lock.
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