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Old 12-23-2010, 08:56 AM
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Default Locked my keys in 93 s10 blazer!! help please!

Yea I know.. DOH!! so it has the electric locks... any suggestions?
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A wedge, coat hanger, and patience. Wedge the top of the door open just enough to get the coat hanger past the door seal and try to hit the power lock button.
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I can't seem to find a good wedge, everything I'm using just bends and breaks too easily.. butter knives suck!
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I just wanted to come back and say that I did eventually get it, I just cut a piece of 2X4 into a triangle shape like a door stop and then straightened out a clothes hanger. It took me about 5 mins.
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If you have an electric opening rear window these are the easiest things to get into. Get another vehicle and ground that battery to the frame with a jumper cable. Now get under the back of the truck and you'll see a little rubber tube/hose that runs up into the tailgate. Pull it back and the wire you see is the window release wire. Strip a small cut in the insulation. Take the POS jumper from the other vehicle and just touch the bare spot and the window will pop open. Had to do this on more that one occasion with mine and some buddies' Blazers. You don't have to reinsulate the wire since it's inside the hose unless you want to. Hate to say it but these are the easiest vehicles to get into there are. Done the wedge thing and although it works you might bend one of the rods.
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Thats scary easy... is it the same on 2nd gens?
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If you have an electric opening rear window these are the easiest things to get into. Get another vehicle and ground that battery to the frame with a jumper cable. Now get under the back of the truck and you'll see a little rubber tube/hose that runs up into the tailgate. Pull it back and the wire you see is the window release wire. Strip a small cut in the insulation. Take the POS jumper from the other vehicle and just touch the bare spot and the window will pop open. Had to do this on more that one occasion with mine and some buddies' Blazers. You don't have to reinsulate the wire since it's inside the hose unless you want to. Hate to say it but these are the easiest vehicles to get into there are. Done the wedge thing and although it works you might bend one of the rods.
That's nice to know, Thanks!
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matt6387, Don't know but if the tube is there I'llnet it is.
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Thats scary easy... is it the same on 2nd gens?
Don't know abput 2nd gens. I suppose if the wire is there it would work the same.
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