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Old 06-24-2006, 03:17 PM   #11
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i did the same thing las weeend and my bro in law had a caa card so we called the guy he was there in 15 and unlocked my back door it appearantly was easier and he did the job for nothing because the oilers won the game 4-0 so that was kool. i know that its over but i thought id share my dumb mistake with all of you .
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Well I always used to carry a spare key with my last car. I'm getting one made today so this crap doesn't happen again.
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Well I always used to carry a spare key with my last car. I'm getting one made today so this crap doesn't happen again.
yeah i used to carry a spare key to for my last car...



... ooo wait a minute...



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OOppps its still my there

i better give it to the person i sold it too ooppps
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yah i was test driving that silver sle last week thats why i didnt have a spare key i usualy have a spare in my wallet oh well sh*t happens life goes on
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For the door,
There is a scew behind the joystick thing for the mirrors, pry the plastic piece off from the side with the little light on it.
Then there is a torx screw behind the handle. You can get to it by prying off that little plastic piece behind the handle.
Then theres the two screws behind the long light. You actually don't need to take the lense off. Just put a screw driver on the left side of it and pry it out.
And lastly there are the screws closer to the hinge of the door.
After that just carefully pull the cover from the door.
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I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who carries a spare key in their wallet, alot of people I've told that to just look at me like I'm stupid and tell me it'* a dumb idea


FYI for future referance, sometimes you can fashion a strong enough wire coat hanger into a make shift slim jim, I've done it before. No need to pry your door at the corner and try to hit the unlock button.
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You should see me when I go on Vacation... Its funny...

I make sure I have a necklace and spare keyes either attached to it or in my pocket as a just incase...LMAO

I have a total of 3 sets for the 95, and 5 for the 91 LE .... LMAO

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You should see me when I go on Vacation... Its funny...

I make sure I have a necklace and spare keyes either attached to it or in my pocket as a just incase...LMAO

I have a total of 3 sets for the 95, and 5 for the 91 LE .... LMAO
Sounds like me when the wife and I go out wheeling in the Jeep, last thing I want to do is lose my keys in a stream and not have a spare.
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For the door,
There is a scew behind the joystick thing for the mirrors, pry the plastic piece off from the side with the little light on it.
Then there is a torx screw behind the handle. You can get to it by prying off that little plastic piece behind the handle.
Then theres the two screws behind the long light. You actually don't need to take the lense off. Just put a screw driver on the left side of it and pry it out.
And lastly there are the screws closer to the hinge of the door.
After that just carefully pull the cover from the door.
Thanks for answering my question. My brother tried to help by starting to just pull the panel away from the door. I said "STOP!!" I told him it'* not that simple Hopefully tomorrow it won't be raining again and I can fix it. I just picked up a door panel trim popper tool today.

It'* crazy how easy it is to break into a car, at least this one and other'* like it. I now have to figure out why my alarm didn't go off... (thread in electrical)
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For the door,
There is a scew behind the joystick thing for the mirrors, pry the plastic piece off from the side with the little light on it.
Then there is a torx screw behind the handle. You can get to it by prying off that little plastic piece behind the handle.
Then theres the two screws behind the long light. You actually don't need to take the lense off. Just put a screw driver on the left side of it and pry it out.
And lastly there are the screws closer to the hinge of the door.
After that just carefully pull the cover from the door.
Don't forget all the plastic fasteners around the edges. You'll want get a body-panel removal tool for those. They have them at any parts store.
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