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Re: Locked out of Corvette
Hello If your vehicle has lost battery power, open the hatch/trunk using the vehicle key. The key lock cylinder is located on the rear of the hatch/trunk lid above the license plate. Turn the vehicle key clockwise in the lock That should get you in My dream Car LOL and Thank you for using Fix Ya Bear001
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I imagine the obvious answer is to use a key in the door lock cylinder. The reason you have done this is because there is no door lock cylinder! You only have a fob is my guess, that electronically opens the doors. Dead battery..and the fob no longer works. Don't worry, examine your fob and there should be a way to open it. Carefully open the fob and surprise! There is a key inside of it! Now take that key and there ahould be a key lock cylinder above your rear license plate. You should be able to open your rear hatch. Now somewhere to the drivers side in the rear compartment there should be some sort of pull you can use which will open the drivers door. Hope that helps you out!
Since the key is inside the car try popping the trunk release button under the rear deck (over the tage). If it opens, reach inside the left side of the trunk under the liner and search for a pulley wire that will open the driver's door.
Call the dealer and they can send a locksmith to cut you a new key to get in the Vette without any damages. Your going to have to show prof that the car is registered to you for the locksmith to cut you a new key.
Hello. If you are still locked out, I think I can help you. Above the rear license plate is a keyhole, if you have the key you can unlock your trunk/hatch from there. Then look for the manual door release lever on the driver's side above the wheel hump.
if u have roadside assistance they have the right tool but when it happened to me i went to home depot bought a round piece of steele 3/16 gage and put a slight bend on one end it was about 4 feet long and smooth so u dont scratch anything after a little bending i pushed look lever and was in now i have my own tool it helps to have an extra set of hands to pull window out a little so u can move tool go in from back side of window and push good luck