Вскрытие "плавающего" замка двери BMW при
Picking the Honda Civic Ignition
This is not for illegal purposes! This is for locksport only!
This is me picking the door lock and then the ignition switch to a 2002
Honda Civic. First I pick the ignition without the key near the sensor.
The immobilizer check fails and the engine will not start. Then I turn the
switch again with the correct key held close to the sensor to fool the
electronics. You can see the security light shut off and the engine start
like a charm.
Music: Huey Lewis & The News - Back in Time
How to make a cheap transponder key bypass
How to make a cheap transponder key bypass - Costs under 5 bucks!
Save yourself all that money you'd give to the locksmith to repair your
transponder chip key anti theft system.
How to Open a Locked Car with the Big Easy Car Unlocking Tool
For more info and to purchase the Big Easy Tool Kit used in this video, go
This video produced by Steck Manufacturing shows you how to open any
vehicle using the Steck Big Easy Car Unlocking Tool. It's the easiest way
to open a car! Open locked doors in minutes and never damage the car door
Tools used in this video: Big Easy Tool, Plastic Wedge, Inflatable Air
Wedge, Paint Protector and Lock Knob Lifter.
Opening rear door on MKIV VW Golf : handle broken, child lock engaged
This is NOT a way to break into a VW! This video goes along with a VW
Vortex thread here: http://forums.vwvortex.com/zerothread?id=4209343 .
Apparently failure of the outside door handle is pretty common, the symptom
being that you cannot open the door from the outside even when it is
unlocked. You can usually open it from the inside... unless you have
managed to engage the child safety lock... in which case you've got a door
that will not open from either the inside or the outside. What to do?!?
Your VW dealer may quote you some ridiculous price to get you out of this
fix, or people may tell you to do something silly like cut a hole in your
door panel or break off the handle. No need! Just insert a pick or some
similar implement into the handle as shown in the video, probe around until
you feel something that feels like it might be part of the latch, then give
a little twist/pull. I was inspired to try this after finding the following