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VAS #18: How to make your own SlimJim

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                Vaginal and Anal Secretions Newsletter #0018                 
          Date Released : [05/24/92]       Author: Lock Master               
                        How To Make Your Own SlimJim                         

        How many times have you walked by a car that has a really NICE stereo
or fuzzbuster inside, but to your dismay, the doors were locked ? I have been
fortunate to come across a solution for this dastardly problem. In this phile
I will outline a sure-fire method for picking 90% of the locks you will run
across in today's cars (Post-1970).
        You will need a piece of sheet metal (preferably aluminum), and some
sort of measuring device. Here is a diagram of how it should look :

    _  ___  _
   /  |   |  \
  |   | O |   |   ---- Small Hole Bored In (For Easy Hanging Up On A Wall)
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |   ---- Metal approximately 1mm thick
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |
      |   |   20"
 22"  |   |
      |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   |   |
  |   |   | _/
  |   |  /
  |   | |  ---------- Cut in 3/8" and 1" long
  |   | |_
  |   |   |
  |    \  |
  |    _\ |  -------- Cut in 1/4" and 3/4" long
  |   | _ |
   \_ |/ \| --------- Notch cut in 1/4"

    5/8" Wide

        Ok, now that you have your "Universal Lockout Tool <heh>" all made,
here's an explanation of how to use it and a little on why it works :
        In practicall all American made cars, there is a control arm extending
from the inside end of the door cylinder. When a door key is turned, the
control arm and connecting linkage are activated to lock or unlock the door.
The Door Unlocking Tool is used when the door key is unavailable and only with
the vehicle owner's knowledge and consent (YA RIGHT!).
        Before using this tool, consult the vehicle manufacturer's maintenance
and parts manual to become familiar with that particular door locking
mechanism. Door lock mechanisms can vary from model year to year and from one
manufacturer to another. The control arm may be located to the front or rear
of the door lock.
        Always start with the tool pointing directly toward the lock. The tool
is inserted on the otside of the window between the glass and
weatherstripping. If weatherstripping is tight to glass, move tool along joint
at window and probe for easy entry past weatherstriping, keeping the tool in
close contact to the surface of the glass. One past the weatherstripping, move
tool to desired location above lock before penetrating further.
        Now push tool down on the control arm. The arm is about 3/4" long and
will usually be located about 1-3/4" to 2-1/2" from the outer panel adjacent
to the lock cylinder. Some bend in the tool may be required due to the
thickness of the door or the distance between the glass and the control arm.
Occasinally the control arm must be pushed to the rear or lifted.
        The following table is a guide for use of your Door Unlocking Tool.
Use the notched end of the tool to push down on the control arm. The pointed
end of the tool is used to pull up on the control arm.

        Vehicle Make                    Use Of Tool
        ==========================      =======================
        American Motors                 Most models PUSH DOWN.
                                        On Gremlins PULL UP.
        Audi 4000 & 5000                PULL UP.
        Chrysler                        PUSH DOWN.
        Datsun 210,310,510,610,720,
        810, and ST Pickup              PULL UP.
        Fiat                            PULL UP.
        Ford                            Most models PULL UP,
                                        some PUSH DOWN.
        General Motors                  Most PUSH DOWN.
                                        Some 70's cars PULL UP.
        Honda                           PUSH DOWN.
        Toyota                          PUSH DOWN.
        Volvo                           PULL UP.
        V.W. Sirocco                    PULL UP.
        ===========================     =======================

        Well, that should be enough information for you to "unlock YOUR car".
Just remember, its slightly against the law to break into OTHER people's cars,
but I guess you would NEVER dream of doing that eh ? <heh-heh>.

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