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damn man, I've had problems time and time again with my poppers. The cold does make it worse. What do you mean no handles inside? I have a hatchback, so I always just opened the hatch and crawled through over the back seats. I'm getting mine replaced with some quality models. I suggest you do the same if you're ever able to get back into your car.

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yea there are no handles the idiot that i got the car from had no idea on half the $hit they were doin so im kinda left out in the cold litteraly it sucks do you think if i git the car warm some how it would be able to pop cause if i dont git it open the only thing left for me to do is sell it ya know

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There are no doorhandles to work locksmith magic on, apparently.

 

 

ohhhhhhhh I get what the deal is now :thumbsup: sorry.

he has AM poppers installed. I was just thinking the PDL weren't working. d'oh!

 

umm I'd suggest junkyard a window and go ahead and bust it? idk what else to do.

find a windshield, rear window, or something idk. or door lol. whatever's cheapest

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the trunk is shaved also so i cant git in thru there and its out side under a cover and ive tried pushin the button from the inside didnt do nothin this sucks its a 94 honda lude with full kit,finders shaved everything,3,500 flipflop paint job blue/green/purple,17" gun metal five star with a chrome lip its on mautofied look it upVisit My Website

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Sometimes when poppers are installed a "just-in-case" wired mechanism is behind the side skirt underneath the driver's door. Check there. If all else fails you may have to break a window. If you do, duct tape the entire thing accept for a small section in the middle and then use a high powered bb gun right at that spot. That way, glass wont go everywhere. If you have an old spark plug lying around, break the porcelain part with a hammer and take a piece of it and throw it hard against that bare glass spot, or use a sling shot. Those little white pieces of .....I guess it's some sort of porcelain or something.... seem to have a magically devastating effect on tempered glass. I'm serious. I've broken plenty-o back glass and door glass at the junk yard I used to work at with those little tiny slivers of white material. It's weird. It doesn't weigh much at all, but if ya just toss one at a door glass, it seems to cause an almost supernatural (maybe chemical) reaction. They just shatter into a thousand pieces.

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Sometimes when poppers are installed a "just-in-case" wired mechanism is behind the side skirt underneath the driver's door. Check there. If all else fails you may have to break a window. If you do, duct tape the entire thing accept for a small section in the middle and then use a high powered bb gun right at that spot. That way, glass wont go everywhere. If you have an old spark plug lying around, break the porcelain part with a hammer and take a piece of it and throw it hard against that bare glass spot, or use a sling shot. Those little white pieces of .....I guess it's some sort of porcelain or something.... seem to have a magically devastating effect on tempered glass. I'm serious. I've broken plenty-o back glass and door glass at the junk yard I used to work at with those little tiny slivers of white material. It's weird. It doesn't weigh much at all, but if ya just toss one at a door glass, it seems to cause an almost supernatural (maybe chemical) reaction. They just shatter into a thousand pieces.

 

IVE DONE THAT TOO!!! hahaha it really is wierd how the glass breaks so easily with that......and as for the car YUCK!! sorry but...well its my personal opinion

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