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U.S. Government Sometimes Jams Keyless Car Locks?

"By Joshua Partlow

Washington Post Staff Writer

Monday, July 5, 2004; Page B01

Vernon Garrison was stuck at the supermarket -- outside, actually, in the front seat of a navy blue Caprice Classic that would not start.

His keyless entry remote control, the device that unlocks the doors and also is required to start the engine of his car, had gone haywire again. "I was furious," said Garrison, 67, who owns a gas station and, fortunately for him, another car. "

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