How to Break Into a Car Without the Alarm Going Off

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Introduction: How to Break Into a Car Without the Alarm Going Off

This is a guide on how to break into any car with nothing but a wedge and a cars antenna.

The man in the pictures is the owner of the car and he locked himself out during work so I told him to try this. I have a video I might upload soon. Most likely the alarm will not go off but I promise nothing.


I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE AT ALL FOR ANY USES OF THIS ARTICLE

THIS IS MENT ONLY TO HELP THOSE LOCKED OUT AND NOT WANTING TO HIRE A LOCKSMITH OR AAA.

WHEN DONE RIGHT THERE ARE NO SCRATCHES.

Update 06/14/07
This only works with power locks that you push down, a button. The alarm may go off if you unlock all the doors so I suggest that you unlock just the drivers door.

Step 1: Locate Supplies

You have to find a wedge like the one shown, something that can pull the door open a bit

In addition you must take the antenna off the car and bend it slightly.

Step 2: Pry and Wiggle

Pry open the door slightly and fit the end on the antenna through, then wiggle it around and towards the open or unlock button, this can be VERY hard and might take awhile but once you have it you have to push down HARD then you will have a unlocked car.

P.S. try not to let the cops see you, they tend to arrest you, especially if your registration has a different address than your drivers license.

Step 3: Finishing Notes

THIS IS NOT INTENDED FOR CRIMINAL USE

I AM NOT LIABLE FOR ABOSOLUTLY ANYTHING THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS

YOU MAY BE ARRESTED FOR DO THIS

MINOR SCRATCHES MAY OCCUR FROM USE OF THIS TECHNIQUE

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    If you make the "wedge" from a polycarbonate cutting board, it will not scratch the paint when used. (Wal-Mart sells polycarbonate cutting boards) Once I get the door spread at the top a bit, If It needs to be spread further, I slide an open blood preasure cuff into the crack created by the wedge, then pump it up to spread the door a bit further. I always carry two wires in my car, one is an old car antenna that is long and thin, made of spring steel. The other is a long piece of stainless steel wire. It has been my experience that most car alarms these days will still go off when the door is opened providing they are armed in the first place. However, I don't really worry about the alarm. ...FYI I'm a cop and get asked alot to open car doors for some poor soul locked out.

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    That's very irresponsible. It's not a very good idea to explain any opening techniques to the general public, and the tools you're using are barbaric and quite capable of causing a lot very expensive damage to any car. It's a much better idea to call a professional. In most cases (even if they state otherwise), pros take on full liability for damage they may cause.

    The Professionals are everywhere !, just look for the fast car with the red lights. Only happened once.

    nothing meant by this but you stated "It's not a very good idea to explain any opening techniques to the general public" yet your instructables feature tension wrenches and pick-guns

    Of course you meant something - or you wouldn't have said anything ;) I take it by your statement, either A) You're already familiar with opening techniques, or B) You're completely unfamiliar with opening techniques. What I mean is that if you already know, it may seem like I'm spilling something, and if you know nothing, then it may appear that way also. However, going by what I've explained really probably won't get you into any locked doors. I explain how to make a couple tools, and give a brief description on using the one. If you're not already familiar with using them, then I may as well be speaking Venusian (which, of course, no men speak). If you are familiar, then it matters little. It's comparable to me showing you how to make the gigantic chisel(?) the author of this ible uses. Besides being irresponsible for matters of theft, etc., it's just not a good idea to spread the notion that people can do this sort of thing with no damage whatsoever. I've seen plenty of cars screwed up plenty with exactly the same mindset. They end up with a huge repair bill that's much higher than the cost of hiring a professional in the first place. While it's not surgery, it's a similar concept. They have special tools designed for the express purpose of opening your car without hurting anything. But I digress. I'll recapitulate: I stand by my original statement, and my ibles don't compromise that at all.

    I speak Venutian (google it, it's spelled right :P ), my woman seems to understand me just fine. (I'm told that's where they come from...)

    Made me Laugh ! I remember getting Locked out or my mom's running Volvo in Toronto 2 hours from home. Police stopped and asked what was going on I told him he took pity and had the door open in under 30 seconds.

    OHHH YEAAA DONT OPEN THE DOOR USE THE WINDOW OR ALARM WILL GO OFF

    LISTEN IGHT FLAT HEAD STICK IT IN THE WINDOW BY THE RUBBER PUSH IN WITH UR SHOLDER...IT WILL SPIDER WEB PUSH IN UR DONE...TAKE 10 SEC TO DO

    ya, its when you make a small hole in a tennis ball and squeeze and use the suction to unlock a car.