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  • locked keys in car.....corsa b

    welp i knew it would happen eventually. Locked my keys in my car and trying to think of a way to get them out. electric system. anyone got any idea's?

  • #2
    Smash the window
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    • #3
      Nobody will help on a public forum (as the methods could be used to break into other cars...).

      A locksmith should be able to get you in, or as mentioned - breaking a window. Go for an easy replaced one though, nothing bonded...
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      • #4
        Same thing happened with me. Locksmith sorted it for me for 35 and once they arrived took them about 30 seconds to get the door open.

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        • #5
          Beat this. Locked my keys in my car 4 times in one day whilst making a stealth shelf.

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          • #6
            ok well i got it figured out, my driver door lock was already kinda messed up since someone tried to break into it a few years ago. so i just finished the job and broke the barrel lock, got a new one on order already off ebay.

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            • #7
              Happened to me at road side lol. Police coat hangered the keys out ignition as engine was running in a small gap in window. I was going to smash window also. Didn't think lock smith would have a chance didn't think of that. Good to know.
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              • #8
                I did it twice .. Coathangerd out of ignition both times

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                • #9
                  Done It a few times on the gsi the doors are very flimsy

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                  • #10
                    PM Lee, he's from Hull, I'm sure he'll know how to break into cars.
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