how do you get into a locked supra without damage l locked keys in car

Asked by Feb 05, 2012 at 10:41 AM about the Toyota Supra

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Go to Advance Auto Parts, and buy a "Slim-Jim". It looks like a long ruler. you stick it into the window and keep pulling up on it, it'll hook and grab on to the lever mechanism that is used to open the door. google slim-jim and how-to use. Good Luck !

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Wedge something in top of door near top corner,wedge somthing near bottom of same corner make little opening and get something that u can hook on the handle or lock etc..

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hope your in it by now

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