I was just replacing a lift piston in my trunk and used the key fob to open the trunk and accidently hit the lock first. When I threw the keys on the seat and closed the door I was locked out. (When you hear the horn chirp as your playing with the keys stop and think as I should have and stick the keys in your pocket) Anyway, since I did this at home I checked some old lock out threads and found one that suggested using a tire iron flat tip to pry out the top corner of the drivers door. Then get a coat hanger and reach down and pull up the lock release. Another suggested a wedge to pry the door open so I went into the garage and pulled out a plastic tree cutting wedge and it worked like a charm on the top of the door without any paint damage. Plenty of room on the side of the door to fit in the coat hanger which I found too flimsy so I used a metal rod plant hanger that already had a hook bent on the end of it. It was pretty thick so I stuck it in way up at the top of the door where the opening was the widest and then slide it down to where I could work it over to the lock and bang I was in!