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Ok, so let's say I locked my keys in my car. Let's just say that for now. How would i go about getting in there without another key, with a broken friggin broken backup keyless entry thingy. I mean one would just be stupid to do this, but it happens sometimes. Just think worst case scenario for now...
One time I did this and the people at the dealership told me that it was very easy, but they shouldn't tell me...Has anyone ever tried to get into there car without breaking anything? Much help and fast (not that I really did) ha ha
I think I read one that time you can get lucky and find another subaru key that will open your doors but not the ignition. Is that also true?
theres a tool that can unlock your door from the outside to many cars. this tool is usually used by thoese insurance companies to help people who lock their keys in their car or people who jack cars. its a tool thats like a thin stick with a hook that you slip in between the window and door and you use the hook to try and pull the rod/pipe/whatever in the door locking mechanism and thus unlocking your door.
about that key that only opens your door but doesnt start your car, i never heard of it.
You can use a slim jim.. Many tow yards have them.. Or you can also attempt to get a coat hanger (the metal kind) in between the window glass and the window rubber and press your power door lock button.. (We had to do this to a friends honda)
You better believe I'm going to get another key and put it in my wallet. I'm so pissed this is about the 5th time I've done something stupid like this. Leave my keys somewhere or lock them in my car. I'm going to get my third backup today though. Whoever has any othe rinformation by all means chat it up in here. We could still use more ways to figure this out just in case this does happen and you are dumb like me and don't have any backup plans.
Thanks for the info thus far though. I appreciate it.
I had to use the coat hanger method one time. Make sure you bend the end 180 degrees so you don't rip the rubber seal. P.S. make the loop big enough to fit in the little indent around the unlock switch so when you push down it uses the side of the indent as leverage