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Does your car door locks have small lift up knobs on interior doors? You would push down to our ck car. If you do then get a metal coat hanger and small wood wedge.
then untwist coat hanger end create a loop on end so you think it would slide around door lock.
gently pull top of door away from body and of car see if you can put wedge in to hold door slightly. The goal is to insert coat hanger down so you can maneuver over lock, once you do pull up.
you should bend coat hanger thinking of how you will slide into car and long enough to turn and twist until you unlock.
metal coat hangers can be obtained at a dry cleaners.
use a coat hanger and a large screw driver to to open the door. here is how; Use the screw driver to open the upper portion of the door jamb. (NOT THE WINDOW THE JAMB) next use the coat hanger to press the unlock button and the door is opened...
get a coat hanger
slide the hook near the the key lock up and down
put your finger in the key hole
and with the coat hanger play around near the key hole ,you will feel the key hole moving well up and down ok untill you hook it pull on it
A coat hanger stretched out fully, you need a flat head screw driver and a rag, place the rag around the flat head screw driver then use it to pry a very small amount on the top of the door, when you pry enough to get the thin coat hanger through, use the hanger to press the unlock button on the inside door.
find a small wedge such as a small peice of tapered wood or plastic. wedge this in between the top of the door and body by using a small rybber mallet or the palm of your hand with a glove but be careful not to bend the door to far and break the glass (wedge it away from the body no more than about 1.5 inches). just enough to get a wire or coat hanger in there to move freely and easily hit the unlock button. Also watch that you dont tear the roofs rubber weatherstripping when sliding the wedge into place. Good Luck!!!
Your message is already old so you surely have gotten into your car by now but for future problems, I'll post this anyhow.
Coat hangers may work but if you can find a friendly cop, they often carry 'slim-jims' which is a thin, flat, flexible piece of steel that slides easily past the gasket and has a hook-like opening on one end to catch the mechanism.