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Just locked my keys in my wrangler. What's worse is that I left them in the ignition with my lights on, and the door not shut all the way, but enough to where I couldn't open it back because it was locked. I'm at work, so I unzipped my side window and had my manager crawl in to get them lmao (he's tiny) can't believe I did that
 

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Managed to lock my keys in my hard top JK (really easy to do if you don't have power locks! #millennialgenerationproblems ). Had to call a guy that snuck an air bladder between the door and the pillar and "air pried" the door away from the frame. Then reached in with a hanger and pulled the lock. It was fascinating.
 

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Managed to lock my keys in my hard top JK (really easy to do if you don't have power locks! #millennialgenerationproblems ). Had to call a guy that snuck an air bladder between the door and the pillar and "air pried" the door away from the frame. Then reached in with a hanger and pulled the lock. It was fascinating.
Lucky you had someone with an air bladder!
 

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Just locked my keys in my wrangler. What's worse is that I left them in the ignition with my lights on, and the door not shut all the way, but enough to where I couldn't open it back because it was locked. I'm at work, so I unzipped my side window and had my manager crawl in to get them lmao (he's tiny) can't believe I did that

women.....:mooning:
 
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