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    #51
    Force of habit na sa akin na huwag bababa ng oto na hindi dala yung susi, pero baka makalimot ako. Magpapagawa na talaga ako ng keycard duplicate this weekend.

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    #52
    kaya ako, lagi kong pinansasara yung susi, para di ko makalimutan sa loob ng sasakyan

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    #53
    ang daming beses na nangyari sa akin iyan sa AE92 at AE111...buti ang daling sungkitin ng ae92...medyo mahirap sa ae111...once sa EK naman tumawag na ako ng locksmith dahil pati spare key ko naiwan sa loob ...di na ulit mauulit dahil may spare key ako lagi sa bulsa...

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    #54
    Uy ako din naganyan na!

    After parking nung sasakyan ko, sinabayan ko na ng baba at pinindot ko yung lock from inside. Ayun! Naka tusok pa pala yung susi sa loob edi ang solusyon, bukas kotse gang. Hehehe!

    After that, nagpagawa na ako ng isa pang spare key. Nilagay ko plastic ng yelo at binalot ng packaging tape tsaka tape uli sa chassis ng sasakyan ko. Syempre dun sa lugar n tago parin.

    Kaya mula nun, hindi na ako kinakabahan na maka iwan ng susi sa loob kasi alam ko n may spare akey ako somewhere else. Genius!!! :D

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    #55
    Wow, ang galing ng thread resurrection... 2004 pa pala ito?

    Very near and dear to my heart yung issue na ito... I just locked my keys in the car last month... in the trunk. I actually paid 1500 to Ford for service assistance, I thought they'd have a spare master key.

    Turns out, I paid that money for "bukas kotse" style service. At least now I know how to get into the car without the traditional steel "sungkit" device. Puwede nga pala akong maging carnapper ngayon. :evillaugh

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #56
    Meron akong keycard duplicate kaso ang kapal, ganun kasi susi ng BMW ang kapal kapal. Pero di pa naman ako nalolock out sa kotse since susi yun kailangan pang lock from the outside. You can't lock the doors by pressing the lock kasi aangat din ulit. It's a nice feature.

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    #57
    heheh... kakahiya nung nangyari sken yan...pakiramdam ko tingin lahat ng tao sa akin TANGA ako...wakekeke...

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    #58
    Happened to us when we test drove an E46 BMW. We were allowed to bring home the car and the next day when we decided to return it na, we placed all the spare keys in the center console. The main key is still in the ignition when we locked the doors.
    The pasenger window was a little low so we were able to eventually unlock the doors with the use of a wire to press on the unlock button.
    It was a close call - we thought we had to buy that car na. It was a 325 at sobrang lakas sa gas so we did not buy that one.

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    #59
    Turns out, I paid that money for "bukas kotse" style service. At least now I know how to get into the car without the traditional steel "sungkit" device. Puwede nga pala akong maging carnapper ngayon.
    I once got locked out of our Ford Contour with the keys in the ignition. A friendly driver took a clothes hanger and unlocked the door in no time. Madali palang nakawin ang Ford. Of course, who would want to steal our 1995 Ford Contour. I wouldn't be able to get even $500 if I traded it in. Sana nga nakawin na lang. Kaya nasa labas ng garahe palagi......
    Last edited by Jun aka Pekto; August 15th, 2006 at 06:01 PM.

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    #60
    Haha... I know an even simpler way than the clothes hanger. I'm glad the guy showed me how to do it. He says that recovery crews that use the metal devices sometimes break or scratch windows. We used to use these devices in school to move cars that people often double park on the street.

    His method is simple, quick, and non-destructive.

    You slot a plastic dealer license plate, usually made of very thin plastic, between the doors. You then slot some 1" wide packaging twine (the stiff nylon stuff, not rope) through the slot in the rubber made by the plate. It's then a simple matter to maneuver the twine over the lock, pull it tight, and then pull the stud up.

    Of course, it only works on cars with stud locks, but a creative fellow could always adapt this method to handle locks.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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