Nevertheless we generally try to be attentive, sometimes we forget to switch off our low beam lights, a flashing light, or leave the radio on. Sadly, if this is your circumstance, you may end up in the morning with your Renault Twingo running out of battery and the central locking system no longer working. Normally you should have the ability to open it actually quite easily with your key, but this is not constantly the circumstance. In this article we are going to check out how to open a Renault Twingo with a dead battery? To achieve this, first of all we are going to see how to open the trunk of your car with a dead battery, then how to open the bonnet and, at last, how to open a Renault Twingo with a dead battery.
How to open the trunk of a Renault Twingo with a dead battery?
So let’s start our article with the opening of your Renault Twingo trunk with a dead battery . Indeed, if you do not have any more battery you will regrettably not have the ability to use the centralized locking of your car, on certain series, the key will not be enough either to open your doors manually. In this case, one of the only alternatives to access the interior of your Renault Twingo, open your bonnet, and replace or recharge your battery, will be to go through the trunk. To do this, you will have to verify if your Renault Twingo is pre-loaded with the “hidden” trunk lock, some finishes and some years are not equipped with it. Put yourself in front of your trunk, and check around the handle of the trunk, you should discover a small trap door behind which hides the mechanical lock in which you will have the ability to insert and turn your key. Once this is done, you will have the ability to open the trunk of your Renault Twingo with a dead battery and access the interior of your car and open your hood . If you are unable to fold down the rear seat of your Renault Twingo, do not hesitate to seek advice from our guidebook which will show you how to do this.
How to open the bonnet of a Renault Twingo with a dead battery?
Second possibility to open your Renault Twingo hood with a dead battery . As you cannot access the passenger compartment of your car, you will have only one solution to open the bonnet of your Renault Twingo, you will have to, lift the car, possibly remove the front bumper of the car and identify the cables of the bonnet lock. Once based, you will have the ability to activate them to unlock the hood of your Renault Twingo and have access to your battery.
How do I open the door of a Renault Twingo with a dead battery?
Now, we’re really going to concentrate on opening the door of your Renault Twingo which has no more battery . Here are the 3 most traditional ways that will save you from having to call a breakdown service and save you money.
Open the door of your Renault Twingo with the key
First solution, it may seem to be obvious, but to open your Renault Twingo which has no more electricity, the key will be your best ally. You will normally have at least, a mechanical lock on the driver’s door of your car, on some styles you will have a second one on the passenger’s side. You have probably already based and tried to open your Renault Twingo through these locks, but be aware that some locks function a little differently. To open the door of your Renault Twingo that has no more battery, you will have to turn the key in the lock and simultaneously try to pull the door handle . Repeat this operation if it doesn’t work on the first door on the second one, if it still doesn’t work, go to the next step of this article.
Attempt to recharge the battery of your Renault Twingo
This remedy is not feasible on all Renault Twingo, in reality, for you to have the ability to realize this approach you must either, have the ability to access the trunk of your Renault Twingo and have a cigarette lighter plug in it or have the ability to put on candles your Renault Twingo and access the electrical cables through the motor shoe of it. .
Whichever solution you go for, you will need to strip or unplug the cables and connect a battery charger or pliers to transfer power from another car.
Break a window of your Renault Twingo
Last but not least, but not the most practical or least expensive solution, you can break a window to open your Renault Twingo with a dead battery. Of course, this solution will force you to pay the franchise for breaking the glass or buy a window yourself and mount it , but it has the advantage of being efficient. However, think about your insurance before you act, and browse your contract, and choose cautiously the glass you want to break because often the smallest windows are more expensive and more difficult to install than the largest ones.
To find more tips on the Renault Twingo, take a look at the Renault Twingo category.