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Someone stuck toothpicks in the trunk lock of my 2000 Chevy Impala.

Someone stuck toothpicks into the trunk lock of my 2000chevy Impala,how can i get them out there deep inside the lock deep???? help how do i get them out ??

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Good day!

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