How to Use a Slim Jim on Power Locks?

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If you lock yourself out of your car with power locks, a slim jim is not the best method. You can insert the slim jim between the seal and the window and pull up the bar that controls the door locks. It is not advisable to use it on power locks because it can easily damage the wiring.
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1. Find a diagram of the internal wiring of your car for the specific model year, as wiring can change within the life of a single model. Determine if the rod that activates the locking
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sounds like it has a short in the circuit somewhare and or maybe the battery in the remote is going bad or did you recently change your stereo . maybe one of your doors is not closeing
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Find something around your home that is long, thin and made out of sturdy
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Depends on the year. Some just do not open with the traditional slim Jim. Some you have to use a rod and physically hit the "unlock" on the door. Stick a wood wedge or an
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How to Use a Slim Jim on Power Locks
Using a slim jim on a car with power locks is a tricky proposition, and it's so difficult that most locksmiths recommend against even trying it. Tearing out wires and causing damage that requires expensive repairs are real possibilities. However, if you... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Challenging
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You can still use a slim jim as you would in a normal car or truck as you would for power locks. You can still manually lock the doors but the power locks are just an added bonus.
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