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    Default what to do when you lock car keys inside.

    well that happened with me last night when I locked keys inside what I did was

    pulled out the plastic seal of window.

    made a hook with thin mettallic rod

    tried blindly pulling up the lock....

    bingo it worked!!

    p.s. now I know why is it easy to break into and steal a Mehroo.

    this method is relevant for mehran you guys are encouraged to post you experiances.


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    Locked my car with keyinside went to key maker and he came with me and opened my car with his master key no chaker of ruler or anything.

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    Default The best material to open locked car door

    The best material to open car doors is actually the plastic strip they use to seal cartons with. It's flexible, bends easily, yet strong. So next time you lock your car keys inside, go to any shop nearby that get their shipment in cartons and take that packaging material (plastic strip). Bend the strip in the middle so you have double the strip with both open ends in your hands. The strip easily bends and goes through the car window. Push it all the way down to the door lock. Move one edge so it makes a loop around the lock. Then pull back the lock.

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    For Passo with immobilizer, Car is not locked if key is inside. Hence better for such issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    I was also going to suggest the same to keep spare key in wallet. But aithey te wallet nu wi gaddi wich pullan da problem hey ( but here forgetting wallet in car is also the issue). Do not leave your wallet in car. Keep it in your pocket all the time even while driving.
    Due to some reasons, I'm one of those many people who prefer keeping their wallet in hand rather than pockets. That's why i place wallet in car while driving and so there're many chances of forgetting wallet inside car besides keys. There should be some other solution

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    A few months ago I left my cars key in the trunk and closed it and doors were already locked. Found a key maker but he demanded 3,000 rupees plus said there will be some scratches in window area in the process. Car was parked outside my previous office so left it there, took the cab to my office and called a friend who lives near my home and he was coming to office in second shift, brought my keys.

    Since then keeping a key in purse and one in office.
    Be polite on the road. Always give way to others, particularly ambulances and pedestrians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuhammadAdil View Post
    Due to some reasons, I'm one of those many people who prefer keeping their wallet in hand rather than pockets. That's why i place wallet in car while driving and so there're many chances of forgetting wallet inside car besides keys. There should be some other solution
    Sounds like women...

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    A few months ago I left my cars key in the trunk and closed it and doors were already locked. Found a key maker but he demanded 3,000 rupees plus said there will be some scratches in window area in the process. Car was parked outside my previous office so left it there, took the cab to my office and called a friend who lives near my home and he was coming to office in second shift, brought my keys.

    Since then keeping a key in purse and one in office.
    3000? Man he needed a kick on his butt. I paid 300 for opening the door. These ***** people raise their demand when they see bigger and better car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    Sounds like women...
    What keeping the wallet in hand or forgetting keys again and again?
    If its former one, then all i say is it depends upon your mentality how u consider it. The actual reason is that my wallet contains many cards including bank cards, business cards, ID card, etc so keeping it in jeans pocket bothers you a lot. you can't sit comfortably with heavy wallet in your jeans pocket. Second & most important reason is that my ID card contain my fullname including holy names like 'Muhammad' so i don't want to put my ID card or anything with such names written on it in my jeans' back pocket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autophile View Post
    A few months ago I left my cars key in the trunk and closed it and doors were already locked. Found a key maker but he demanded 3,000 rupees plus said there will be some scratches in window area in the process. Car was parked outside my previous office so left it there, took the cab to my office and called a friend who lives near my home and he was coming to office in second shift, brought my keys.

    Since then keeping a key in purse and one in office.
    Did you mistakenly typed third 0 or he demanded Rs. 3000 in reality? I hired their services thrice and they demanded 500 every time. I paid Rs. 400 for the first time, Rs. 300 for the second time and Rs. 250 recently
    Also i think its not safe for everyone to keep duplicate key at office, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuhammadAdil View Post
    What keeping the wallet in hand or forgetting keys again and again?
    If its former one, then all i say is it depends upon your mentality how u consider it. The actual reason is that my wallet contains many cards including bank cards, business cards, ID card, etc so keeping it in jeans pocket bothers you a lot. you can't sit comfortably with heavy wallet in your jeans pocket. Second & most important reason is that my ID card contain my fullname including holy names like 'Muhammad' so i don't want to put my ID card or anything with such names written on it in my jeans' back pocket.
    I keep separate metallic casing in pocket for carrying cards. That not only keep the cards safe from breaking or bending but also ease the sitting. Besides I hardly use cards for paying in shops and never wear jeans as it sucks for me.

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    I drive keyless car and I used to keep my key fob in door pocket once I closed the door and car got locked somehow,had to call wife to bring the spare key about twenty miles away from home.Lesson learnt ,now I always keep my key in pocket.


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    Quote Originally Posted by huraiz View Post
    I drive keyless car and I used to keep my key fob in door pocket once I closed the door and car got locked somehow,had to call wife to bring the spare key about twenty miles away from home.Lesson learnt ,now I always keep my key in pocket.


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    How you managed to lock the FOB of Key less inside the car? You have to be outside the car with your FOB when the touch sensor accepts the command to lock the car

    The only way to lock the car with FOB inside is to get off from car with open window push the lock on the door pannel inside then lift the window closer (most cars have auto window roll up for driver) this is only possible if the car engine is running. As at engine off the windows dont work once door is opened. So it is litetally not possible atleast in my case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by memad View Post
    How you managed to lock the FOB of Key less inside the car? You have to be outside the car with your FOB when the touch sensor accepts the command to lock the car

    The only way to lock the car with FOB inside is to get off from car with open window push the lock on the door pannel inside then lift the window closer (most cars have auto window roll up for driver) this is only possible if the car engine is running. As at engine off the windows dont work once door is opened. So it is litetally not possible atleast in my case.
    That my friend is still a mystery 😃😃.Must be a malfunction somewhere but it hasn't done it again and I haven't left in car door either.


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    Quote Originally Posted by huraiz View Post
    That my friend is still a mystery 😃😃.Must be a malfunction somewhere but it hasn't done it again and I haven't left in car door either.


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    Then it can be a malfunction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    3000? Man he needed a kick on his butt. I paid 300 for opening the door. These ***** people raise their demand when they see bigger and better car.
    Yep 3,000 because he was the only key maker in market at that time, so he wanted to fleece me. It depends on the area, situation, timing, car and perosn.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ch.talal View Post
    I keep separate metallic casing in pocket for carrying cards. That not only keep the cards safe from breaking or bending but also ease the sitting. Besides I hardly use cards for paying in shops and never wear jeans as it sucks for me.
    Okk, yeah we can keep such cards cases & wallets easily in shalwar kurta's pocket but no way for jeans. But point is still there, there should be a solution for keeping duplicate key

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    One of my friend was habitual of forgetting keys here and there. I suggested to hang duplicate key in neck like a taweez literally my friend did this :-P well that did not go for long but this helped in getting rid of habit and understanding importance of keys :-D

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    use your key to lock the car from outside - dont press the snipper button and slam the door, when working in the boot/bonnet - make sure you actually have the key with you before slamming it shut.
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    when working on car, roll down a window
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