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Old 09-28-2009, 10:22 AM
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Question Locked my self out =\

Hello everyone!
Hope everybody is doing great!

Last night... I... I locked my self out of my Envoy. :s

At least the vehicle is parked in front of my house.

In any event, a series of things have gotten together so... I have no spare key.
And no spare keyfob.

How can I open this door?
I'm kind of against paying somebody 60$ to unlock my car.

Is there anyway?
I played with a bent coat hanger for about 10 minutes, yet I was unsuccessful.


Any ideas? (other than smashing a window)
Thanks to everyone!!
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:38 AM
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have dealer cut you a new key
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:39 AM
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take VIN and proof of ownership to a dealer and ask them to make you a key.
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Old 09-28-2009, 10:50 AM
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dont know how they do things were you are but local police will get in for you possibly if you call non emergency #. Had my keys locked in car while running and they did that for me.
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keeping this in a legal statute.. go to the deal and have them cut u a new key... u need a extra anyways.. gunna cost u a bit.. but in the end u need a extra one... i have an extra keyfob at home.. never needed to use it but still good to have... sometimes the police will do it.. its worth an ask... if neither of those 2 work u will have to call triple a or what to have them open it... and that is about much i can say...


we had an issue before with talking bout how to get in the trucks and i'm trying to avoid that whole situation...
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Thanks for the super quick replies everyone.

Sorry for the rant here, yet I'm still funming and pissed.

Call me stupid, yet I just crammed some pliers at the top, scratched the door frame, took paint off the rear door's frame, totally F'ed up the weather strip... jammed a 1/2" pipe down there... and pressed the fscking button.
Also managed to totally scratch and screw up the driver's door controls.

]Jesus h christ.
I swear 5 more minutes and I was smashing a window in.

now I understand why people do crack...
to escape crap like this!


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I'm going to read the Jokes thread a while...
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keeping this in a legal statute.. go to the deal and have them cut u a new key... u need a extra anyways.. gunna cost u a bit.. but in the end u need a extra one... i have an extra keyfob at home.. never needed to use it but still good to have... sometimes the police will do it.. its worth an ask... if neither of those 2 work u will have to call triple a or what to have them open it... and that is about much i can say...


we had an issue before with talking bout how to get in the trucks and i'm trying to avoid that whole situation...
Yes, don't remind me either.......
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Ok, now that I'm a little more calmed down:

Don't do stupid stuff like I did.

I totally messed up the vehicle.
Weatherstip has a huge gash.
Rear door is missing paint all the way down to the bare metal.

The lock button is messed up and all scratched.

*sigh*.

Whatever... I still have ice-cold air conditioning.

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Again, sorry for the negativity guys.
This board rocks... and all forum members are great!
I was just beyond... blah.
Whatever.

Moving on... can I get a copy of the key anywhere?
Or does it have to be a special key from the dealer?

What about the keyfob?
I've been fobless for too much now.



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Key can be copied anywhere. Nothing special in it like a resistor.

If the vehicle came with remote entry, buy fobs on Ebay and use the programming instructions that are easily findable here or by Google. If it didn't come with remote entry, it's an expensive dealer reprogramming to allow it. Nasty GM.
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Key can be copied anywhere. Nothing special in it like a resistor.

If the vehicle came with remote entry, buy fobs on Ebay and use the programming instructions that are easily findable here or by Google. If it didn't come with remote entry, it's an expensive dealer reprogramming to allow it. Nasty GM.
Wow... didn't know it was that easy.

Going to search on eBay right now...

FINALLY! w00t w00t!
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