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Old 04-08-2008, 06:54 PM
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My door locks are a lil stiff to unlock with my regular key itself...how do you suppose a credit card as thin as it is cut into my key will turn it to unlock>Great idea with the burger flipper...I had an old magnetic cb antenna bent the way I need it...and on the 95's the door locks work KOEO...at least...on mine they do.

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I didn't have mine 30 days and locked the keys in it and didn't get any extras when I bought it at that. I got a small copper wire a little smaller in diameter than a coat hanger and went through the vent and hit the unlock button but somewhere between that or opening the door enabled the factory alarm so yeah real fun at 1:30 in the morning.

on a side note I went first thing in the morning to the ford dealer and got 2 extra keys of each the ignition/door and glove box.
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It's a thicker than average credit card, maybe twice/three times as much. Does say for emergency use only. I tried it once just to make sure it worked then stuffed it in wallet.

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My door locks are a lil stiff to unlock with my regular key itself...how do you suppose a credit card as thin as it is cut into my key will turn it to unlock>Great idea with the burger flipper...I had an old magnetic cb antenna bent the way I need it...and on the 95's the door locks work KOEO...at least...on mine they do.

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