Unlock Door dead Battery

Asked by Sep 18, 2011 at 07:02 PM about the 2003 Chrysler Sebring LX Convertible

Question type: General

I parked the Car with Driver Side to the Wall in a Warehouse. The Battery is dead now
and the Staff in the Warehouse tell me there is no Key lock on the Passenger Side.
Any suggestions how to open Driver Side Door or Hood?

2 Answers

1,005

You should be able to get a hanger in between the front and rear side glass on the passenger side to lift the lock pull or grab the door handle and pull it open. Another reason not to ever lock a convertible vehicle. Exellent. I love it. LOL

5

It's called a slim Jim most tow truck drivers and mechanics ,and locksmiths own one !

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