How can I get my keys out of my 95 Rivera that I locked in there?

Asked by Mar 31, 2015 at 01:03 AM about the 1995 Buick Riviera Coupe FWD

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You can try your local GM Dealer for the key codes. But I honestly think the car is too old for them to still be on file. But it's worth a shot. Go with your driver's license and vehicle registration or title for proof of ownership. They'll use the vehicle identification number (VIN) to try to get the key codes and make you new keys. If you have AAA they have a lockout service. Or, you'll have to visit your local locksmith. HTH. - Jim

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If that doesn't work, a nice rigid coat hanger through the window with a little finesse hit the lock switch

Ok thanks

Yeah make a small slit through the rubber seal of drivers door shape the end of the coat hanger to correct angle .If its an old school lock that you pull up you might have to be creative with the end of coat hanger

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Call the police they will open

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