Locksmithing etc. December 2011

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Insert the AO33 “MCOT Separator Tool three inches from the front edge of the window with the tip facing rearward. Insert the AO35 tool into the door eight inches from the front edge of the window with the tip facing forward. Lower both tools fourteen inches into the door cavity. Rotate both tools until the working portion is on the passenger compartment side of the window glass. Deflate the wedge.

Carefully lift the AO33 tool until the tip is in the passenger compartment. Lift the AO35 tool into the passenger compartment using the gap created by the AO33 tool. Rotate the AO35 tool 135 degrees counterclockwise and manipulate the tip of the tool behind the manual lock-unlock button. Carefully rotate the manual lock-unlock button, unlocking the locking mechanism. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for removing the car-opening tool.

Use the Slide Lock AutoBuster III™ car-opening tool and two wedges to unlock the front passenger door locking mechanism. Begin by inserting the wedges towards the front of the door and second wedge far enough apart to accommodate the car-opening tool. Slide the AutoBuster III into the door cavity with the tip facing the rear of the vehicle. Lower the tool until the loop is within the door cavity. Stop immediately and remove both wedges to relieve pressure on the interior side of the window glass. Lower the tool until the loop is beneath the bottom of the window glass. Rotate the tool until the loop is on the interior side of the door cavity. Carefully raise the tool, having the loop enter into the passenger compartment. Maneuver the tool so the tip is in front of the manual lock-unlock button. Press the unlock portion in order to unlock the door locking mechanism. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for removing the car-opening tool.

Use the Tech-Train Productions TT-1025 car-opening tool to unlock the front passenger door locking mechanism. Insert two wedges about eight inches apart just forward of the inside lock button Carefully insert the TT-1025 tool between the wedges into the door cavity with the bend pointing towards the rear of the vehicle. Lower the tool until the upper bend is beneath the bottom of the glass. Rotate the tool slightly having the bend on the interior side of the glass. Carefully raise the tool until it is just visible between the inside weather stripping and the glass. Stop immediately and remove the wedges. Note: Failure to remove the wedges can result is cracking or breaking the window glass. After the wedges have been removed, slide the tool into the passenger compartment until the tip is visible. Manipulate the tool until the tip is against the lock-unlock button. Use the tip of the car opening tool to unlock the door locking mechanism. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for removing the car-opening tool.

For more information, contact your local locksmith distributor or the following manufacturers.

High Tech Tools, 1628 NW 28th St., Miami, FL 33142. Telephone: 1-800-323-8324. Fax: 305-635-1015. Website: www.hightechtools.com.

Pro-Lok, 655 North Hariton Street, Orange, CA 92868. Telephone: 714-633-0681. Fax: 714-633-0470. Website: www.pro-lok.com.

Slide Lock Tool Co. Inc., 1166 Topside Rd., Louisville, TN 37777. Telephone: 800-336-8812. Website: www.z-tool.com.

Lockmasters Inc. (Tech-Train), 2101 John C. Watts Drive, Nicholasville, KY 40356. Telephone: 800-654-0637. Fax: 859-885-7093. Website: www.lockmasters.com.

We are interested in printing opening methods from other car opening tool manufacturers. Contact Jerry Levine. Fax: 847-454-2759. E-mail: jerry.levine@cygnus.com.

 

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