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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by alexprice, Jan 19, 2009.
Who can tell me how the R.A.C got me back in?
Nothing was broken and no coat hangers were used.
Half a rubber ball over the door lock.
Why, have you forgotten?
No (you need a golf for that)
Not yet no.
Would be cool but no.
No, a rubber ball.
Gotta be hamsters then. </thread>
DId you write that you locked your keys out of your car? That shouldn't be too hard to get back in.
If they were locked out of your car, it shouldn't have been a problem...
EDIT: Yes, as stukdog says too.
Im told that it only applies to VW Golfs of the 90s
Would also be cool but no.
I locked my keys in the car once and the cop used a slim jim to get me in.
Yes I worded it wrong.
I locked the keys inside the car from outside using another key which only unlocks.
I was making a joke about golf balls...
Was it Colonel Mustard in the Library with the Candlestick?
I'll give you a clue...
Using a battery and a multimeter amongst other things...
Did they use a battery and a multimeter amongst other things?
Was it Mrs. Peacock in the Conservatory with the Battery and the Multimeter?
I'm surprised you didn't lock your family IN your car.
Hmm. used the battery to somehow start the car, point it at a wall and batter the car to the point the keys fell out?
I am so puzzled...
I like the way you think.
In actual fact, the RAC man removed the rear centre brake light, unplugged the water hose and power cord, earthed a 12v battery to the car, plugged the other cable to a multimeter and the other mutlimeter cable the to blue and white cable.
Then the car unlocked!
That'll open anything. http://up.*************/files/1/Images/Smilies/RonWink.gif
Excellent. We now know how to break into alexprice's car.
You guys keep a watch out for any rozzers, while I get in there and swipe his stereo.