I've done this many times. Get a door stop or a wooden wedge of some sort to slide between the glass and the rubber strip, it will open up the gap so you can see in there better and give you room to work. Obviously you need a flashlight, and a stiff piece of metal about 2'-3' long. Look down into the door and find the key lock cylinder. Using that stiff piece of metal, push that plastic clip off of the linkeage. Once you've got those two things seperated, push down on the lcok cylinder arm with that piece of metal and you're in. This is the easiest and quickest way to get in without breaking a window. The problem is, you'll have to pull your interior door panel off to hook that linkage back up so that you can lock/unlock the door with your key again. You need specially designed tools to do it the "right" way, and you can't buy these tools unless you're a licensed locksmith.
Rob '93 SE-R
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