Locked my key in the trunk of Lexus Ls 400, 94, any suggestions how to get the trunk opened

Asked by Feb 01, 2015 at 09:27 AM about the 1994 Lexus LS 400

Question type: General

I locked my keys in the trunk of the car, any idea how to open it manually, is there a manual over ride.

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Try contacting Lexus Customer Service and see if they'd still have your key codes on file. If they do, visit your local Lexus dealer with your vehicle registration and your driver's license as proof of ownership. They'll use your vehicle identification number to get your key codes and make you another key. Because your car is 21 years old the information may not be available. If that's the case you'll need to visit a locksmith. HTH. -Jim

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Locksmith but you should have a middle arm rest big enough for a kid to squeeze through which goes to the trunk directly in back seat

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There is no pass-through to the truck on an LS400. You need a locksmith or extra set of keys. Does your LS have a remote truck opening button?

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Yes it does under the dash board on the driver side

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Yes

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Yes my Lexus LS400 does have a remote on the left driver side by the knee

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Yes I've done it before the Lexus alarm system once tripped disables the button by the leg even if the car comes open. You'll have to get in the car and unscrew the speaker in the rear and reach down into the trunk to retrieve your keys

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