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Hello felllow sn lovers i have locked my keys in my 01gt and i didnt have my windows cracked at all like usual does any1 have any ideas greatly appreciate all help

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These cars are pretty easy to get into. Should be able to pry the glass back enough to slide something in and hit the lock button. Takes some patience and you have to be careful to not scratch up your sail panel, second pair of hands makes it that much easier.
 

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Bend a coat hanger into a U-shape on the end and insert it between the glass and the rubber on the side windows and its really easy to grab the lock rod and pull up/back or go past it to the switch. I used a stick I broke off of a tree one time :)d

Its because our cars are so easy to get into I had no fear of shaving my door locks...
 

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Call local police, they will unlock for free
 

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I used the coat hanger/ grab door pin method. Is it a hardtop or convertible? The rubber between the windows on my convertible was easy to pry apart. Kinda scary how easy it was to get in!
 

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I one time saw a special on 20/20 or 60 mins about breaking into cars and they used the mustang as an example since it was so popular in 94/95. They had one person on the side with the key and the experience thief on the other side with a coat hanger and the thief beat the key 3/5 times.
 

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These cars are pretty easy to get into. Should be able to pry the glass back enough to slide something in and hit the lock button. Takes some patience and you have to be careful to not scratch up your sail panel, second pair of hands makes it that much easier.
I locked my keys in my car once and it was at the dentist's office. I had to go back up and ask them for a coat hanger. Straightened it out and was in my car within 60secs. It put some reality into how easy these cars are to get into.
 

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It took me a good while to get it open by myself, I won't lie, I'm a terrible theif. But once I accidentally shattered my rear glass in the process, it became much easier.

I do not recommend that though.

Just take your time.
 

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