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How can you find out the key code for your car if you lost it?


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2011-11-26 04:58:25
2011-11-26 04:58:25

there is few options

1. record vehicle vin number and bring proof of ownership to dealer.

2. locksmith 866-269-5522 they work all over usa they called total bay locksmith good pricing as well. this website offer 24/7 key codes accuses to car owner who register. free registration

4. get the code from car key codes and then call a locksmith then you save at list $50-$100 per key.


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The key code for an ignition key is different for each make and model of car. The thing to do is contact the dealership or a locksmith to find the correct key code for the make and model of the vehicle in question.

We have a 2000 and lost the keys, had new ones made. Apparently there is a code inside the key and your car wont stay on if they key doesnt have the code. so if you just got a replacement key that might be the problem

If you have the key number code and can prove that the car is yours then yes. It is always better to try to go to the selling dealer. Some car companies will give you a REAL hard time if you do not have the key code.

any jeep dealer can find the code after 1992 you need the vin number

There is several ways to do that. The most easiest is to probably go online and type in the information of the car as in its model and all that. It will be a price of course to get a new one though...

Take your VIN number to the dealer and they will give you the key code for the car (have to prove ownership) then they will order a blank key, which you take to a specialist locksmith, give them the code and they will cut the key.

the dealer can tell your resistance code from the VIN. but with no key to make a copy from, you might have to replace the tumbler then get a key copied.

You will find it on the CD packaging. If you have lost your key then you should contact the software publisher.

Usually its in the handbook which comes with the car. Its entered using the ignition key in the drivers door, numbers are entered buy turning it in a direction a given number of times.

The key code is not located on the car. The dealer can get it from their computer system, or it was on the original sales paperwork for the car.

If the key is lost for a car which has a immobilizer system in place, you will need to contact the dealership. Most car keys have microchips in place to prevent auto theft. The car dealership will be able to order a new key to start the car.

It should be printed on a sticker in your trunk. I have a 1990 town car and the sticker is located on the right hinge when the trunk is opened.

The code is unique to the car/radio not the model/year of the car. The only way to find out is to take the car to a Ford dealer and ask them to provide the radio key kode.

the dealer is the only person who has access to that. there is no keycode on any locks on that car.

no, you have to have the key. The car is paired with one key, and one key alone. If you do not have the key, the car does not have the right code to start.

you can try at the dealer and you will have to proof that this is your car ,you can ask them to make you a copy or ask a locksmith do do around.

if iement lost 2004 key how do i get code for replac

Hello, I think can help you. I found the key code too my town car under the carpet by the glove compartment. another place to look is on the side of the doors and the trunk the part that left up. Teresa,Good luck

You have to put the car into program mode, usually you can order an new keyless entry and it has the instructions. If you are talking about the ignition key security, you will have to buy a remote start for the car as this will bypass the resistor in the key.

It would be either on the inside of the door or in the manual.

if you have lost your CD key then you can dowload something called a keygen as it will find the key code for that game aslong as you the keygen for the game you need the CD key for.

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