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Old 07-13-2006, 01:58 AM   #1
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at the junkyard, i wanted some tails, couldn't access the trunk any other way.. we got the lock tumbler out, but we accidentally pulled it too far out i think.. now it'* just a hole with wires coming out on the one at teh yard.. there'* slim to no delam on these tails.. that'* why i'm asking.

someone wanna give me the 411 on this ?
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OKAY you may need a battery for it, but i did it on my Park ave..find the Power release button on the door, take a battery..larger is better.possibly car battery, take some speaker wire, positive postivie, negatiive negative, that should power it up for when u hit the button, OR you can do the same thing at the fuse, power it up...
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OKAY you may need a battery for it, but i did it on my Park ave..find the Power release button on the door, take a battery..larger is better.possibly car battery, take some speaker wire, positive postivie, negatiive negative, that should power it up for when u hit the button, OR you can do the same thing at the fuse, power it up...
nonono you missed it.

WE PULLED THE WHOLE TUMBLER OUT WITH THE ROD THAT PUSHES THE TRUNK OPEN I THINK

he tried sitting on a car behind it kicking trying to make it so it'd open but to no avail.. just smashed in.
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crawl through the ski hole lol..manually move the latch..lol
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crawl through the ski hole lol..manually move the latch..lol
Ahem? you'd have to be a damn stick to fit through there!
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Got a Sawzall? Or you could try a spudbar, but you take your chances prying it open.
Or you could try removing the seatback.
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crawl through the ski hole lol..manually move the latch..lol
what about getting pissed, wripping the seatback out, and kicking through ?
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Got a Sawzall? Or you could try a spudbar, but you take your chances prying it open.
Or you could try removing the seatback.
yeah in the basement

i also have a few breaker bars.
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Or just remove the rear seat like a sane person so if someone needs it, it isn't ruined. I've done it 3 times and it takes me 5-10 minutes now.
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you are not thinking..... take a crow-bar, place flat edge under the area where the lock was, hit inward on the end of the crow-bar, and then put your body into it and pop it open. if that doesnt work you did it wrong.











*** get a helmet and eye wear or you could end making your stupid worse...
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