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#1
hey, i locked my keys in my car, and my college's public safety dpt. doesnt have a slim jim!!
but some on elese has the exact same car as me('95 chevy corisca)...can their key open my door?????
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I honestly don't know. Only similar experience I've had is when I locked my keys outside my car.
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It's worth a try. I accidentally opened someone else's Peugeot when it was parked in the same car park as mine once
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just break one of the small windows on the doors, if you have back doors
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#12
Yep the other guy's key will grant you access to your car but you have to insert it through the window rather than the lock, it's just the way they're designed.
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Well the only way I can think of getting them out is quite messy and you might have to call these guys:

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Yeah often finding some grubby looking kid is the quickest way to get into your car.
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Yeah often finding some grubby looking kid is the quickest way to get into your car.


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I doubt it. Here are a few options. Straighten out a metal clothes hanger, try to go between the window and the weatherstripping along your door to either push the power lock button, or unlock the door (in most cars you can pull the door handle also and it will unlock the lock at the same time). If this doesn't work...use the hanger to go down the weatherstripping into the body of the door and try to snag the lock rod (much like a slim jim would do). This is where the free options run out. Next you can call a locksmith or tow company to come unlock it. This will cost you between 20-50 bucks depending on how far they have to drive.
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Bend a coat hanger so it's straight with a squared off U shape at one end, and insert it between the window and the door, hook it under the latch and then pull it up. Worked for me enough times
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Well at least you could drive to a hospital.
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Well at least you could drive to a hospital.


He won't be able to fill out any forms though.
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and drop him/her at the nearest Netto's or Aldi.

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#24
Walk a few miles to a gas station or drug store. They'll have slimjims there.
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#26
find something that you can wedge in between the rubber strip and the car to hold it open, then use a clothes hangar or something similar to pull the handle or hit the unlock button.
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Bend a coat hanger so it's straight with a squared off U shape at one end, and insert it between the window and the door, hook it under the latch and then pull it up. Worked for me enough times

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#29
this happened to me in my school parking lot before. The school police officer came with a slim jim to help me. a few things you should know:

1. if your car has power locks the officer isn't supposed to slim jim it because it can easily snip a wire in the door and then they're liable. they will give you the slim jim to do it yourself

2. it's not at easy as the movies make it seem. It takes a lot of finaggling, and once you get the thing hooked on the latch it takes a lot of force to pull it up, especially if you drive a big truck like i do. It is not easy.
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#31
Use a coat hanger to stuff down past the weather stripping by the door handle.

I did it once.

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#32
Is this a joke?

It's like asking, "This guy has the same car as me, does that mean he also has the same license plate number?"
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It might work if you actually put it in the lock but it won't from remote. Each car has it' own unique code for that.


That is wrong. There aren't that many different frequencies for cars or garage doors. A couple thousand.

@ TS, call the non-emergency police line. I did that once when I was parked in a handicapped spot with a bottle of captain morgan chilling on my passenger seat.
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Build a car obsticle corse and have your car in an un passable obsticle that looks like it could be passed. Make everyone sign release forms. When someone crashes into you're car, the windows will break, you'll get your keys, and the guy that hit you will pay for damages cause he signed the release form. Win win.
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That is wrong. There aren't that many different frequencies for cars or garage doors. A couple thousand.

@ TS, call the non-emergency police line. I did that once when I was parked in a handicapped spot with a bottle of captain morgan chilling on my passenger seat.


It's not the frequency itself but rather what it transmits. I know this as my Parent's car keys recently broke and they had to get the codex of Vauxhall themselves so they could program the new key.
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Yes, all keys for similar model cars work the same.

Like your neighbours car that is a 2006 Carolla, while you drive your beat up 1997, just go take his. Thank God no ones ever thought of that security flaw.
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#39
there should be a keycode stored on your registration number. So if you can convince the lockal cardealer, that have your brand of cars, that it truly IS your car and you are just one of the thousands everyday that end up looking retarded and locks their keys inside their car. They will let you have that code. And then I can make the key for you I am a locksmith. Takes no time at all. Picking those locks are fairly hard. You have the kind that has an oval key to the doors and a square key to the ignitiion right? a "B" and an "E" fex?
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#40
how do you lock your car without a key? i have never seen one that can.
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