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I've locked the keys in the Buick 3 times this week.

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used to key fobs or something? or start carrying a coat hanger.

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used to key fobs or something? or start carrying a coat hanger.

That's what I was thinking too...

But my Cav has no fob, and the fob on the Balt just died....

Just keys for me, yes sir....

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Smart Key in the Prius, the Fusion, L200 and Sebring all had keyless entry. The biggest issue is that the LeSabre is such a POS that nobody is going to steal it, so I just leave the keys in the ignition at the house or when I run into the store. So it becomes a problem when I push down the doorlock (power locks work when they want to, need to get on top of that) and forget to yank the keys.

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people will still steal it. they stole my caprice and i have a crazy kill switch setup custom to say the least.

dave i like using keys too. Our Silverado doesnt have a keyfob but it has powerlocks. I could care less but, Kim on the other hand...

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people will still steal it. they stole my caprice and i have a crazy kill switch setup custom to say the least.

dave i like using keys too. Our Silverado doesnt have a keyfob but it has powerlocks. I could care less but, Kim on the other hand...

Yep, and since the Balt only has two doors, and Fob seems a waste anyways.....

After living with no fob for her car, you get used to it after a while....

Baby in one hand, key in the other.... :yes:

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Well the Intrepid has keyless so I never forget the keys...as I always lock and unlock it with them. However I have locked myself out of the Prizm before. What I ended up doing was making a copy of its key and keeping it in my wallet.

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What Dodgefan said. I locked the keys in my '81 GP in the high school parking lot (and had to get my aunt to bring me a spare, it was embarrassing) so many times it was stupid... then I had a spare made and put it in my wallet. Funny I never needed the spare key after that.

Cappy, if your truck has power locks, your dealer can install keyless entry pretty simply if Kim really wants it.

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I'm so used to keyless entry w/ fobs that I often forget and leave the old cars unlocked. Locking and unlocking the doors with a key is something I haven't done regularly for nearly a decade now...

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What Dodgefan said. I locked the keys in my '81 GP in the high school parking lot (and had to get my aunt to bring me a spare, it was embarrassing) so many times it was stupid... then I had a spare made and put it in my wallet. Funny I never needed the spare key after that.

Cappy, if your truck has power locks, your dealer can install keyless entry pretty simply if Kim really wants it.

The first day I drove my Mustang to high school in 1987 I locked the keys in it...so embarrassing.

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100% of the time, I fail every time

Nah, Satty, that's being completely and successfully consistent!

:unsure: Perhaps your best option is to lock yourself in the car with them.

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Managed to go to the store and not lock the keys in the car. I was driving the Prius, so its just about impossible to lock the fob inside.

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