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Toby
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22nd Nov 06 at 15:14   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

at a mates and we were getting some stuff from the boot, whole car is locked put keys on parcel shelf and he closes boot cant so keyus are in a locked car!!cant go home - too far away and no one at home to bring spare!! anyone got a damage less way or minimal damge way of geting to car, its a 2000 sport but it isnt deadlocked!! cheers
SXi_Tim
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Theres a way you can open the boot if you take the numberplate off, through one of the screw holes iirc
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22nd Nov 06 at 15:17   View Garage View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

so remove number plate and fuck around with the boot lock??
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ok try this,, i dont know if this actualy works in the uk... ring who ever has the spare keys with a mobile phone and make sure you ring their mobile phone, put your phone close to the car and get the other person with spare key to unlock it through the phone, apparantly this has been done, but only in the US.. please try cos i wanna know lol
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oh just read the bit were it say.. no one at home with spare keys DAMNIT
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quote:
Originally posted by pdwhelan
ok try this,, i dont know if this actualy works in the uk... ring who ever has the spare keys with a mobile phone and make sure you ring their mobile phone, put your phone close to the car and get the other person with spare key to unlock it through the phone, apparantly this has been done, but only in the US.. please try cos i wanna know lol


did this with the AA on my mums MG had to have bluetooth on also!! she was in devon and i was in york!! but my car is not remote c/l

edit: AA man told me not to tell anyone so husssssssh

[Edited on 22-11-2006 by CorsaB4ever]
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Get a door stop (a triangular one like a wedge, preferably rubber) and gently hammer it in to the top of one of the front doors. Once its open a bit then use a metal coat hanger (or similar) to pull the door handle open.
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anyone really need to get in the car looking at bootlock but thinking im guna break sumat here
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lol well at least i know it works now... will sticking wire down the window and pulling it up that way not work?
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quote:
Originally posted by EarlofBarnet
Get a door stop (a triangular one like a wedge, preferably rubber) and gently hammer it in to the top of one of the front doors. Once its open a bit then use a metal coat hanger (or similar) to pull the door handle open.


sounds like an easier option hope my mate has a door wedge or hes running to town, this not do any permanet damage??
SXi_Tim
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22nd Nov 06 at 15:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Yeah i think its the left hand numberplate screw hole, get a smallish screwdriver, there is a way of undoing the lock that way, a member on here was on about it a few weeks ago, can't remember his name though
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Wire works perfect i used it when i accidently locked my keys in with the engine running.
Dean_W
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I've sent you a U2U.

Try that.
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just dont put the wedge down too far, a coat hanger wire is only 2mm thick so you'll have plenty of space
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the door wedge is bending your door so be careful dont whack! it in there m8
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just thoaught i would acknowldege Dean_W's u2u on forum!! top help form, top fella
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anyways CorsaB4ever
when you and your mate have finished stealing this car ... i will buy a few parts off you
johnhara1
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quote:
Originally posted by pdwhelan
anyways CorsaB4ever
when you and your mate have finished stealing this car ... i will buy a few parts off you


EarlofBarnet
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You are slightly bending out the top of the door, but if you don't force it out too much then you'll never notice you've done it.

I like the sound of the number plate hole, might investigate this on my car later.
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quote:
Originally posted by pdwhelan
ok try this,, i dont know if this actualy works in the uk... ring who ever has the spare keys with a mobile phone and make sure you ring their mobile phone, put your phone close to the car and get the other person with spare key to unlock it through the phone, apparantly this has been done, but only in the US.. please try cos i wanna know lol


I'm going to try it tonight (without locking keys in obviously

[Edited on 22-11-2006 by fro-dizzle]
pdwhelan
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let me know the result mate
Toby
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by pdwhelan
anyways CorsaB4ever
when you and your mate have finished stealing this car ... i will buy a few parts off you





where just at college now and i ve seen an xe corsa lol

cheers for the help
pdwhelan
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22nd Nov 06 at 15:36   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

TAKE IT!! practice on your own for a while and then go for the kill..

(im only joking btw people) i dont and will never steel some 1's pride and joy
Jambo
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22nd Nov 06 at 15:43   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

i want to try this bluetooth malarky...
pdwhelan
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i think i will when my gf gets here tonight... if putting the remote key on your head doubles the distance then im sure mobile phones will

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