Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Boots, Jul 2, 2014.
8 bit grunge
Google Bacon wrapped french fries...
Thank me later...
Unlock your car with a shoelace:
If you drive a 1987 Hyundai Pony.
awww I was fascinated
A wedged shape piece of wood and a coat hanger for a '93-? Grand Am. Mine had sensor issues and would think it was going into gear while idling and lock the doors. I became very good at breaking into it
The old Toyota Sr pickups were easy to break into - lift the door handle and push a pen into the hole. Lock popped!
I was locked out of my Olds Cutlass years ago by The Derby (don't ask) when this group of guys came walking over. Thought I was going to be rolled. I was trying to open the lock with a coat hangar and one of them says "You're doing it wrong." He had it open in five seconds.
older Chev's you can just use almost any old chev key of the same era... my Fiero was a prime example of this.
Oh yeah, then there was the day I drove my Saturn to the gas station using the Chev truck key by accident...
It worked to get me there but wouldn't do shit when I had to leave (that's when I noticed )
Old Rangers used to have horrible ignition switches. We could fire up the truck without a key, just turn the switch by hand.
....but wouldn't this trick pretty much work on any car that has a door lock with a catch-groove in it?? That's a lot of cars.
Apparently a bunch of the mid-2000s GSX-Rs had the same keys. I had two friends that had the exact key. They were pissed.
Promises more than it delivers.
R U M or F?