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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This sounds stupid but it does work sometimes! Get a tennis ball, cut it in half, with as clean a cut as you can get, put plenty of grease on the cut edge of the ball to give you a good seal, place the ball above the door lock as centrally as you can and hit the ball as hard as you dare not to damage the body work. It's an old trick, but it creates a vacume on the lock causing it to pop the lock open. The alarm will go off, but you will have your keys back to turn it off. It used to work for me in the same cases, it's either that, or get the police to open it with a slip stick, it will open ANY car, but you have to have all your documents with you to prove ownership. Best Wishes Dave.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: my door is not locking
sorry havent a clue here ,these fancy remote things are a cause of great headaches for me ,but i often disconnect the car battery and try again as that seems to work with a lot of vehicles
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
SOURCE: How do i change the
Inside the trunk/hatch area, directly behind the tail light assembly, are two plastic cover plates. Remove these with a flat tool (screwdriver will work) by prying in the small ****. They pop off. Inside one you will see a nut. This is a 10mm deep socket. NOTE: This nut is very easy to lose once loosened! If at all possible use a magnetic socket. If one is not available, loosen but don't remove completely. Use a magnet to remove. In the other compartment you will see wires on a plastic holder. This holder is snapped over the nut you need to remove (note you may see two, you want the one closest to the access opening). Use a flat (screwdriver) to slip the white cover with wires off the screw post. Use a 10mm wrench to loosen, then remove by hand. From the outside, pull the lamp assembly backwards. If necessary apply a little pressure on the interior screw posts. ACCESS TO LAMPS! Reverse procedure to reinstall. Note on the exterior there is a slot at the front of the lamp assembly when reinstalling. Good Luck!
I followed the advice above but have a few details to add. I used a stick (7/8" x 5/8" x 6") to push on the bottom post and then used a flat stick, actually a paint stirring stick, as a shim between the lens and the car body. With the shim in place I then used a flat nylon strap (a dog leash) which I placed around the tip of the lens, closest to the front of the car. I put both ends of the leash in one hand in order to pull on one side and then used my finger tips on the other hand to pull on the part of the lens closest to the bumper and applied even pressure straight back until the lens popped off allowing access to the light bulbs.
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Posted on Jan 24, 2011
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