Keys locked in trunk
I locked my keyless entry keys in my trunk, I'm
asking if there is an actual keyhole in my driver side
door because I can't find it?
They is not, you need to get a auto locksmith to open the trunk
There may be a trunk release under the back seat, or you would have to go threw the back seat into the trunk to look for a trunk release. Its somewhere, it is there in case of emergency.
I guess it not going to any good, if you can't get inside the car, cuze there be a trunk release inside the car.
Yes they are driver side have an keyhole U need to use an small flat head screw driver to pry the tab open in order to unlock your door an get access to your trunk
Like COMETGUY61 says that you'll need to call a locksmith.
Is there anyother tricks on inside the car or outside the car that will pop the trunk open other than my hatch or my keys any tricks
I'm from UAE, yes it's non foldable rear seats here - so I did it by force :) Just put your fingers behind seats and pull it. You will see joins - lift them up with force!
I locked key fob n trunk with doors locked we air bagged the window bent a steal wire copper was too soft to touch the actual lock lever on the door (the thing that goes up and down) we taped a needle to the end stage beside it into the plastic and pulled it up. Them the race was on to pull up the back seat gain access to trunk get fob cut the alarm off. Then we started the car and it said attempted theft. I cut car off started it back and it was fine .
Is there a release in the trunk to fold fown the back seats
In my 2013 chevy cruze