I have locked my keys inside a Pontiac g6 2005. How do I get the trunck open from the inside

Asked by Sep 01, 2014 at 10:07 AM about the 2005 Pontiac G6 GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

8 Answers

36,465

Do yourself a favor and call a locksmith. It's not worth going into the trunk in my opinion.

73,915

Visit your local GM dealer with your driver's license and vehicle registration (for proof of ownership). They'll be able to cut you new keys using your vehicle identification number to get your key codes. HTH. -Jim

715

Either that or go in the trunk by removing the rear seat.

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10

Call onstar. You may have to join but they can unlock your car.

10

Call onstar. You may have to join but they can unlock your car. I saw on their website 3 months free membership.

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36,465

David gave you the best advice I can think of.

4,935

Check your owner's manual. Some cars have an emergency pull handle to open the trunk from inside. You can probably reach it from the back seat access. (If the car has the release, that is).

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73,915

Good point, Norm. I forgot about that. -Jim

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