Automotive Locksmith Tools

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Getting locked out of your car can be frustrating, but with a few automotive locksmith tools, you should have an easy time gaining access into your vehicle. Are you locked in your car and feeling totally hopeless? Don’t sweat because with just a few automotive locksmith tools, you can open your vehicle without the need to hire a locksmith.

Automotive Locksmith Tools

This is a breakdown of a few automotive locksmith tools you can purchase and put in your garage, backpack or anywhere else so you can open your vehicle when you’re locked out.

Auto Jigglers

Jigglers come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, different makes and models of jigglers often utilize different types of keys so you need to get one that’s specific to the make of your car’s locking mechanism or opt for a universal one. All you need to do to open your car is to put the jiggler into the keyhole on the door of your car and jiggle and turn it until the door opens up. Jigglers work best with older automotives. However, the most basic models that don’t use a key fob can also be opened by these. Several new cars with minimalist designs have manual door locks and simple keys.

Pump Wedge

There are several types of wedges for opening cars. However, pump wedges are more popular as they won’t damage your car. They’re affordable and easy to use. While there are cheaper wedges that are made of rubber or plastic but they don’t work as well and provide much less usability than the air pump wedge style. You can also DIY one with a door wedge.

Long Reach Tool Kit

You need a long reach tool to use a pump wedge. This is one of the best options when looking for a way to open your locked car. All you need is to wedge the door open and reach in using a long reach tool to open the door from the inside. If you have an older vehicle, a Slim Jim should work. Slim Jims are very simple and effective. They’re most effective with older cars, especially those without automatic locks and also those with horizontal locks. All you have to do to open the door is simply place the tool between the window and the car door then pop the door open.

Getting the right tool comes down to your type of locking mechanism in your vehicle. If you’re not sure about the right tool to invest in, seek advice from your local car locksmith. You want to use a tool that will efficiently open your door with little to no damage to your car’s locking mechanism.

Bottom Line

Don’t know who to call to unlock your car? You can do it yourself. When you purchase these automotive locksmith tools, make sure they’re in a location that allows you to have access to them when you’re locked out of your car. The last place you should store them is in your car. And if you’re not sure how to use any tool, consider calling a locksmith that can help you with rekeying or replacing your lock. They have all of the tips and tricks to help solve your problem in no time.



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