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How do you unlock a 1998 Honda Civic EX with a slim Jim when you have locked your keys inside?

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2008-03-14 03:23:06
2008-03-14 03:23:06

You can't use a slim jim. You need to pry the top of the window door frame to allow a long rod to slip through the gap. I use a welding rod with a small bend at the end to flick the manual lock lever.

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