Question about 2001 Ford Expedition
I've always been very sucessful using a coat hanger to actuate the power door lock switch. if your worried about scratching the paint, just use a little packing tape around the door edge to protect. if that fails second option is a brick. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Call your Ford Dealer with your Vin number and they can cut you a new one with some proof of ownership, or a brick works too
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
Do you have the external keypad? If not, find someone with a slim jim. Slide it between the glass and door, hook the latch lever inside the door, and pull up. I don't remember if Ford put the steel bar in the door in 1996 to block access to the latch. One warning, you may break the locking mechanism using this method.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: locked keys in trunk
if your entire car is locked up, then a locksmith you'll need unless you want to break a window to get in or unless you have a friend who knows how to break into cars without damaging them.....if you can get into your car then you can pull the back seats out which will reveal some slots or openings into the trunk area...which you can then use a telescoping magnet to stick through those openings to retrieve your keys.....
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
SOURCE: I locked my keys in
If you have Onstar they will unlock the door for you. If you do not have onstart you can use a wire coat hanger. Untwist the coat hagar so it is one long piece of wire. If you have some duct tape use it to create a small ball at one end of the wire, this will make it easier to hit the unlock button. Gently pry the top of the drivers door frame away from the body. Slip the coat hangar into the space created and into the cabin it self. You will then be able to use the coat hangar to hit the unlock button. It will be easier if you have a second person on hand to help with the door. If you do not have a second person use some type of wedge to keep the door frame away from the body while you move the hagar around. Don't pull the door frame away more than about 1/4"-1/2" otherwise you'll bend/damage it.
I used this method on my 05 Tahoe when a parking garage locked the keys in the car and onstar was unable to open the doors because it was inside.
Posted on Aug 14, 2010
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