Called out to an open up at a shop today, I encountered the yearly issue with cold you may not know about. Subzero temperatures freeze grime into car door locks making them hard to pick. Bypass tools also got put aside in this case due to instructions discrepancies.
Finally, a code software came to the rescue. Just cut a new key and used it to open the door. The point? Don't leave keys in ignition in subzero temperatures and lock the doors!
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