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The battery in our 2006 corvette is dead and we can't seem to open any of the doors or windows with the key fabs - is there a way to get into it using the key

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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

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

  • bear001 Jul 20, 2008

    Hello here is some more that may help you out so you don't have to crawl through it LOL ..From the inside, use the power door lock switch
    located at the top of the door panel near both windows.
    See Power Door Locks on page 2-12.
    To open a door from the inside, press the button (B) in
    front of the door handle and push the door open. You will
    hear a tone when the button is pressed.
    If power to the vehicle or the keyless access transmitter
    is lost, there are two ways to open the door.
    From inside the vehicle, use the door release handle
    located on the floor next to each seat. Pull the handle
    up to unlock and unlatch the door.
    From outside the vehicle, use the door release tab
    located on the carpet inside the trunk on the driver’s
    side of the vehicle. Pull the tab to unlock and unlatch
    the driver’s door. See Hatch/Trunk on page 2-14 for
    information on opening the trunk during a loss of power.
    2

  • bear001 Jul 20, 2008

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