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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Rex, Dec 6, 2010.

  1. Rex

    Rex Copenworld Pioneer

    Oct 20, 2009
    Oh yes, I managed to do it today :eek:

    As it was a cold morning I was wearing a big coat, so I decided to put it in the boot before starting off for a drive from Gloucester to Cardiff.
    Opened the boot with the remote, took off the coat and put it in, closed the boot. Ah, were were the keys? As I checked my pockets I heard the famous 30 second click of the doors auto locking. I think you can guess the rest...

    What to do? Well, I knew there was RAC cover with the Daihatsu warranty, so I phoned them and after a 20 minute wait in a queue :(, they said I was covered and would be there in 75 mins.

    Time passes.....

    When the guy arrived, he said it would be a bit of a challenge :think:
    But after 15 minutes, he had opened the doors.

    Now, I don't think it's a good idea to post exactly how he did for obvious reasons, but I will tell you the old 'coat hanger down the side of the window' idea didn't work, nor trying to pick the lock - good news for all of us! He had to be a little more inventive! Anyway no damage was done to the car :)

    So have I learnt a lesson? Well I hope so - always open the door before the boot :rolleyes: Time will tell!

  2. machinehead

    machinehead Copenworld Pioneer

    Sep 22, 2009
    Glad you got it opened without damage.

    It's one of those things you think you'll never do until it happens.:-((

  3. Nightwish

    Nightwish Copenworld Newbie

    Dec 3, 2010
    Nice! Wow saw the copens in UK with the remote boot that's so cool! Does it comes stocked or you installed it coz ours doesn't seem to have that function.. ;(
  4. finclk

    finclk Copenworld Newbie

    Dec 2, 2010
    actually u can open the boot with remote even with models in SG.. just hold the door open button on the remote.. n the remote will pop open!

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