Question about 1989 Plymouth Voyager
I can't figure out a way to break in, the coat hanger isn't working... perhaps i'm doing it wrong?
1. Call a Locksmith
2. Break Window
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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