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Old 02-12-2008, 07:53 PM   #21
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rear seat could have came out in about 5 minutes with the correct tools, but your way is way cooler.

did you tell onstar that your keys were in the trunk?
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im startin to think D is like MacGyver.....

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rear seat could have came out in about 5 minutes with the correct tools, but your way is way cooler.

did you tell onstar that your keys were in the trunk?
Guess where the correct tools were

I did tell OnStar. This was followed by a moment of silence.
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im startin to think D is like MacGyver.....

That'* funny
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it almost looks like he has a paperclip in his hand.. you know.. i think im gonna go look up how many of his devices revolved around the paperclip

001 PILOT (untitled)
- Disarmed missile with a paper clip

009 THE PRODIGAL
- Hot-wired car with paper clip

so theres only 2 :( im disappointed
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Short the CORRECT two cavities with a paperclip.
So what are the two correct cavities? :P


Just in case, you know...
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its a standard for all relays.. 30 & 87
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don't GXPs have the trunk access panel where the cupholder folds down?
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don't GXPs have the trunk access panel where the cupholder folds down?
Yes, but my trunk was full of other stuff and the keys were at the furthest point.

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So what are the two correct cavities?
As Haro says, the terminals are #30 & #87. These are labelled on both the side of the relay, and the bottom. Just check the orientation to short the correct two cavities. If you short the two which are for the relay coil, you'll end up shorting the RIM output to +12V (with potentially unpredictable results).
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