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Nissan/Datsun Nissan micra intia (56 plate) keys locked inside

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Nissan micra intia (56 plate) keys locked inside - won't unlock using spare set. How to get access ? Ignition is switched on and car was left parked in reverse gear.
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Can you please tell me exactly how you have tried to use the spare keys to get in?

Rgds, MIKE......................................
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

I have only tried to use the spare key by pressing the open button in the normal way.

I can see a small key like logo and there is a slot on the passenger side door handle, but cannnot find out how this may assist.

Hello again, thank you for your reply...

Ok... thats what I thought may be happening...

Yes - what you need to do is - look under the pass door handle - and you will see a small cut out - where you can insert a small blade - and you prise the piece off... this is a plastic colour coded "cap"... that covers a normal key barrel....

Once thats off - you can insert your normal key blade and unlock the car to gain access ...

I Sincerely XXXXX XXXXX have helped you - but do ask me if you need anything more..

Kind Rgds, MIKE


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