I can''t open my Buick Park Avenue 2002 because battery is dead. What do I do?


Asked by Sep 12, 2015 at 07:59 AM about the 2002 Buick Park Avenue FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I travelled for 2 months and didn't start the Car. When I came back, the Car
doen't open because the battery is dead. What should I do?

10 Answers


use the door key if you have one

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if not you could run a jumper wire from the battery cable on the starter to a charger or another battery positive and the negative to the frame.

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If you can't open the door, you can't open the hood. Use the key that you should have to open the door, then open the hood and deal with it.


Thanks for your answers... The problem is fhat neither the door, nor the hood opens, with the key or the commander. Any idea?

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Does the key open the passenger door or the trunk?

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No, it doen't open anything... I can't enter the Car or open the hood or trunk! No access to the battery...


You should be able to jack the car up from there you can get to the starter, hook the positive from a charger to the cable on the starter it is a cable that comes from the battery and put the negative from the charger to the frame or the motor


Turn your charger on and wait for your batt to charge enough to open


Wait you did try another key fob or a new battery in it right

Hey i have a,2000 buick park Avenue and my battery is died and i can't unlock the doors truck are the hood. how can i charge up my battery to get inside my car to open the doors

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