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Old 05-30-2005, 01:28 PM
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Is there anyway to open the trunk without having a damn key? or the Electric opener thing?
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Old 05-30-2005, 01:32 PM
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Im not sure, you can using a slim jim in the door to open them up. Then press the trunk button in the glove box.
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ya youll be able to get in with a long small object. At work we have a blow up bag with a long metal rod coated in rubber for getting into vehicles that have the keys locked in. I dont know how many times ive used that thing...

Since we have no door frame the window has a lot of "play" to get in. Twist togeather 2 long coathangers and you should have no problem, and mabye a door stop to hold the window open.
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dude....theres a button in the glovebox on the far left... what year is your stang? I know for that mine has it. It's yellow...
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Old 05-30-2005, 05:34 PM
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Call a locksmith as you dont want to mess up your door. If you have AAA or know someone that has it this service is part of your membership. Does your back seats fold down?
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I think he died of hypothermia trying to open his doors with his mind for 4 days.
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some lock smiths have a remote scanning device to scan for your alarm code and unlock your doors.
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dude....theres a button in the glovebox on the far left... what year is your stang? I know for that mine has it. It's yellow...
exactly.

as long as the car doors are open or the windows down so you can get into the car, use the button inside the glove box.

if they're not, call AAA if you have it, otherwise you're probably going to have to call a locksmith to pop the door for you.
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Old 05-31-2005, 05:46 PM
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We dont even know if he locked his keys in his car or if they are just in the trunk. lol.

Your back seat folds down, and you have a trunk pop buttin in your glove box.
problem solved.
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We dont even know if he locked his keys in his car or if they are just in the trunk. lol.

Your back seat folds down, and you have a trunk pop buttin in your glove box.
problem solved.
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Yeah i was about to say, the rear seats do fold down.
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dude....theres a button in the glovebox on the far left... what year is your stang? I know for that mine has it. It's yellow...
He can't get in his car... :sign5:
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Is there anyway to open the trunk without having a damn key? or the Electric opener thing?

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He can't get in his car...

please tell me where in this thread did he say that? :violent1: :violent1:
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I stand corrected...I figured he knew the seats folded down or he at least knew about the release in the glove...also all of the posts are suggesting ways to get into the car...not just the trunk... :icon_scra
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find other people with new edge mustangs and keep trying keys.

there are only 10 key configurations made so you have a 1 in 10 shot of any key opening your car. Now it won't start it cuz of the chip in the key.
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wait.....9mm right in the key hole
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just stick a hanger threw the window with a loop in it and put it around the inside door handle and pull the door should open should take less then a minute. by the way why the hell dont you have a spare remote...

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Is there anyway to open the trunk without having a damn key? or the Electric opener thing?
There is a lesson to be learned here.

1. The trunk is not a good place to lay your keys.
2. Unlock trunk, put keys in pocket, resume trunk business.
3. If you do accidently do lock your keys in your trunk. Then:
a. cuss outloud about how you just locked for #$% keys in the trunk.
b. look to see did you also lock the doors. ( if so then cuss loudly again).
c. don't tell anyone what you just did. remain calm and act like it's cool.

4. Last but not least. (I think this was fore mentioned). Simply go get your SPARE key that your dealer strategically gave you when you bought your new car. That spare key should do the trick. :laughing8
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Old 06-02-2005, 06:24 PM
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Got it

Friend has AAA and made a phone call



And I figured that most people would put together that my keys are in my trunk and my car is locked


ofcourse I would just use the damn trunk button in the glove box if i could


anyways thanks
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The EASY way is to locate the trunk release relay under the hood. It is right in the fuse box, and very accessible. Pull the relay and short pins 87 and 30 with a paper clip. It is actually called the "Luggage Compartment Relay".


try this link for a pdf of the relay location.

http://tomsalmonusefulinformation.bl...thout-key.html

Probably works for 2005 thru 2009. Similar method may work for 2010 and later.

This assumes the passenger compartment is unlocked so you can open the hood. If not, you'll have to figure out how to get the hood open or gently break into the passenger compartment
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I'm sure he's got it out since 2005.
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Take no chances with the trunk better... better you call the locksmith.
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I'm sure he's got it out since 2005.

not sure man.... i think he might still be stuck there after 7 years.


related: MASSIVE THREAD NECRO.
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Is there anyway to open the trunk without having a damn key? or the Electric opener thing?
This method worked for my 05 gt...

This is not to be used for illegal purposes. It is fairly easy to get into your trunk or in the car. First you have to lay on the ground at the front of the car. Then reach up and push the hood release. (Find the release cable and where it attaches push it towards the drivers side and pop it open.) Then remove the power distribution box cover (relay and fuse box on the left front under the hood) and find number 34 on the 2005. remove that relay. I used a paperclip for a jumper and simply inserted the ends into the front two connection holes where the relay fits. There are 4 connection holes for the relay. Wiggle the paperclip and that pops the trunk. If you need to get inside the car, clear your trunk and just squeeze your hand beside the seat and pull the seat release loop. It is a tight squeeze but it can be done. Try putting a stick or rod between the seat and edge of trunk so you can give yourself room to grab the release loop. Simply pull the loop and push down the seats.
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