Honda CRV 2010 not opening the car is lucked

Asked by Aug 05, 2015 at 01:04 PM about the 2010 Honda CR-V

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I tried two wireless keys and the manual opening but I failed so the car is lucked since
four days ... until now,,,,,,

i closed the car my self with remote control in the morning i tried to open it in all ways
but i failed ..... may be i left light open i am not sure ,,,, but even so .. i need a way to
open the car ....

Thank you

8 Answers


what electronic key do you have?

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try this pubs/om/9B0707/9B0707O00090A. pdf

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Hopefully all that's happened is the car went into full battery saving hibernate mode. Pulling on the door handle &/or inserting and twisting the key should re-energize the system and turn the power locks back on/off. Try the remote again. If the door won't open, will the power locks release either the trunk or rear hatch?

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dear rotary_man Thank you for your interest ..... I tried many time the manual key and the remote one..... nothing happen .. the car still lucked until now ,,,, I use the original Honda Keys .... Thank you again

I can not reach the PDF you mentioned


Good to hear you figured it out, have a good day.

dear rotary_man , the Car still closed .... nothing solved .... I am still don't know how to open the car ...... Thanks again


Sorry I misread what you said, you can get to the link just by copying and pasting it into your web browser, it shows how to manually open the trunk without using the key, it might be a little difficult because I believe it involves removing the rear fender. If worse comes to worse you can always call a locksmith, if you don't want to do that you can also break the smallest rear window panel (absolute last thing I would do). Hope this will help.

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