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Ironmen77

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Woman Calls Orem Police To Free Her From Her Locked CarLast Update: 6/02 1:12 pm Print Story | Email Story Automatic car features are supposed to make life easier for motorists, but they may be leaving some people without the know-how to do things the old-fashioned way. That’s what happened to a driver in Utah County who became trapped inside her own car. A woman called Orem police Friday afternoon needing help because her battery died and she was locked inside her car. When police arrived, they found the woman sitting in the car, unable to get herself out. She couldn’t hear the officers instructions through the rolled-up windows so she motioned to them to call her on her cell phone, according to police.Once officers were able to talk to the woman on the phone, they were able to tell her how to manually operate the slide lock mechanism on the inside door panel to open the door and free herself. “I'm just glad she had a cell phone to call for help,” an officer said.
 

H8PVMT

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see if she lived in new england she would have been smart enough to know. since our power everything breaks come dec
 

gsequoia

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jmaxj said:
that just proves how stupid and lazy people are these days :rolleyes:
Whatever.

I heard you couldn't figure out how to open yoru doors when your keyless entry module died so you just cut them off.
 

smcdonaldaz

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poorboy_616 said:
Lazy and stupid......

She wouldnt survive a day with my XJ....

Manual windows and door locks.....
That's why I specifically looked for an XJ with power NOTHING. I was afraid of getting stuck in my heep! :doh:
 

jmaxj

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GSequoia said:
Whatever.

I heard you couldn't figure out how to open yoru doors when your keyless entry module died so you just cut them off.
well sometimes ya gotta do what ya gotta do, now if i can just figure out how to quit falling out of the jeep i'll be set:D
 

rag

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I've seen some depressing people go through the dealership I work for.

Sad thing is this woman's story is just one of many, many more.
 
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