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Old 17-02-13, 01:22 PM   #1
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Default Battery flat-How do I access the car which has shut down?

I have a Peugeot 1007 2006 model which has a flat battery and I am unable to access the car to prepare it for MOT.
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Old 17-02-13, 02:50 PM   #2
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Maybe I have missed something here but surely you just charge or replace the battery :bangshead:
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Old 17-02-13, 02:56 PM   #3
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First off, why have you posted this in website tech support

Second off, have you searched the forums

And last but not least.... have you tried using... the key!?
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Is the 1007 not keyless

By that i mean door locks ?
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Old 17-02-13, 06:04 PM   #5
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Cant get to the battery cause the key wont open the door the battery in car is flat, lock down, not used for 6 months
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the key doesnt work. the car is in lock down, due to not being driven for 6 months, cant get to the batery under the bonnet as cant get the car open.
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1) don't know where else to post
2) yes
3) yes
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not familier with these, do they have a bonnet as such and is the battery under there ??
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didnt someone have a similar problem recently with there car being deadlocked and a flat battery??

think the suggestion was either lie under the front and get your arm up to the release catch and do it manually or connect jump leads to the starter/alternator?? to get enough power to battery to allow unlocking
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Old 17-02-13, 06:32 PM   #10
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Thanks, that has been tried, doesnt work. Really at my wits end as it was my Dad's car, so it means a lot to me.
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