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John Duran
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Where Can I Buy A Slim Jim For My Car |VERIFIED|



You'll need to tie a small loop in the middle of the shoelace that, when placed around the locking mechanism, can be tightened. Work the string into the interior of the car through space where the door meets the car's exterior, hook it around the lock, tighten the loop, and pull the string up. It may take more than once if you are not a pro like this guy, but it should work nonetheless.




where can i buy a slim jim for my car


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You'll need a wire hanger so you can untwist it and make a hook that goes inside the weather stripping in the window. From here, you have to jiggle it around until you find the locking mechanism. It may take some time, but it's worth the trouble when you're desperate. If you have your phone handy, you can try googling your car's door locking mechanism to figure out where to aim the hanger.


Again, this particular method requires an older style lock. You insert the slim jim into the interior of the car door the same way you would use the wire from a coat hanger, working the locking mechanism inside the door.


Calling the police is another possibility, but not one I would try unless you have no other options. While plenty of officers have the tools to help you, it's never a high priority, and you could be wasting their valuable time by calling in. However, if you feel like you're in danger staying where you are, they may be more willing to help.


One more thing...I've used tree limbs that have fallen to the ground as wedges if there solid enough. My car is older so if I in a bind I don't worry to much about the paint job just work I might puncture the gasket to much and cause a leak. Also the string method might work with a small tube with the loop coming out the end like they use in animal control on a upright knob or possibly it it could pull the handle. I'm thinking in the future to hide a key or hide some tools maybe in the windshield wiper bay or under the car somewhere.


It is just not a good idea for someone who is not properly trained to stick a piece of metal inside a car door and start pulling away at anything they feel. It is a lot cheaper to call a professional to unlock your car in the long run. We do not even use slim jims and highly advise against using this primitive locksmith tool.


It is still best to open the trunk through the cabin if you have locked yourself out of the car. Again, depending on your mistakes, your car door can be opened by either calling a locksmith or using a slim jim.


The cabin access behind the back seat depends on the car; many bigger American cars have it, and many imports. If not, your next best option is to use a slim jim. Most auto parts stores sell slim jims, also called lock picks.


The things you need to test your unlocking skills are the slim jim and a car or any vehicle as your guinea pig. A slim jim car door opener is a standard locksmith tool, so you can easily purchase it online or in the nearest hardware store.


To use a slim jim to unlock a car as a beginner might compromise the lock mechanism, and you might end up doing more harm than good. Also, be careful with abruptly pulling the tool as it might damage some levers and rods on the door.


Though the slim jim is slowly becoming a stranger to modern cars, you might still want to have it in your garage just in case. It has been around for a long time and remains a reliable pal on the road.


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