That's easy. Of course you can. But the trick is not a slim jim. It is a coat hanger. I locked my keys in my car once outside of my work place. So I took a coat hanger, brought it down towards the sliding lock mechanism itself, and then poked up and down until I figured out where the mechanism was. Then simply slide it to the left, try not push too much of the hanger in otherwise you won't have the necessary leverage and the hanger will bend.
and your question is what??
The Relay for what - door locks or something else?
If the power door locks quit working on a 1979 Corvette, it is due to broken pigtail switches. With age and use, the pigtails break and leaves the power door locks inoperable.
power door locks don't work on my 1997 Honda crv
Not necessarily. Keyless entry will have power door locks, but not all power door locks are coupled to a keyless entry system.
what about them? yeah for real, my door locks work pretty well.
The driver door does not unlock the power locks for a few reasons. This motor could be burned out or the wires could not be attached correctly.
no tank must come out
get a slim jim.
Remove the power locks and windows fuse you will loose power for your windows also
lift up on the outer door handle then with your free hand place latch in lowered position
Yes, Pull the fuse out of the fusebox