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breakng into a berlingo
#1
i've just lost the only key to my mk 1,how do i get into it and get it started with the minimum amount of damage,this is really gonna cost meSad
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#2
pop the rear 1/4 window?
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#3
Get the mechanical key cutting code off a dealer -you'll need your V5 to prove entitlement. Could cost up to £25. Then choose a locksmith to cut the key for under £20. If its not an immobiliser ECU (pre 2000 approximately) you're good to go.
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(03-09-2013, 09:53 PM)addo Wrote:  Get the mechanical key cutting code off a dealer -you'll need your V5 to prove entitlement. Could cost up to £25. Then choose a locksmith to cut the key for under £20. If its not an immobiliser ECU (pre 2000 approximately) you're good to go.

thanks for that,will make some enquiries

(03-09-2013, 09:34 PM)john Wrote:  pop the rear 1/4 window?

thanks for the reply,but it's a van an i don't wanna be poppin any windows
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#5
Give this guy your VIN no
http://www.citroencodes.com/contactpayment.html
he'll email your key no and 4 digit code for a small fee
Then get a key cut
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(03-09-2013, 10:27 PM)trevp Wrote:  Give this guy your VIN no
http://www.citroencodes.com/contactpayment.html
he'll email your key no and 4 digit code for a small fee
Then get a key cut

like the sound of this,will give it a go,,,many thanks

(03-09-2013, 10:27 PM)trevp Wrote:  Give this guy your VIN no
http://www.citroencodes.com/contactpayment.html
he'll email your key no and 4 digit code for a small fee
Then get a key cut

me again where would i be able to get a key cut,it's not main dealer is it? thanks again ,,,jim
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#7
Almost any local locksmith who does auto work will be able to do it
assuming he has a blank.
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#8
back on the road,thanks to the brilliant members of this site
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#9
So, what did you do and how much did it cost?
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#10
get a cable tie and loop it the wrong way (so it doesn't click) and bend the door top very very slightly so you can get the loop down to the door pin and pull the pin up with the cable tie? worked when a friend locked himself out of his micra haha
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